Shashank Jain

Shashank Jain

Android Lollipop has an "Overview" button (the big square icon at the bottom right side of the main screen). It stores a graphical card list (Rolodex or Carousel style) of recently used and running apps allowing you to easily switch between them. Quite a useful feature, quite nice to pick up where you left off! One change in Lollipop is that this list remains, even after a reboot. Speaking of unnecessary things, I recommend -not- removing apps from the Overview List, and allowing Lollipop to manage them. I know... it feels like something you should do, but just ignore your urge to clear them, the apps shown there are using limited or no resources and virtually not affecting your performance. Additionally, you'll be swiping them away all the time since there is no "Clear All" feature (by design!). Closing apps from the Overview Rolodex menu panel takes time, system resources, and uses battery. You can however remove items from the Overview list by touching them and swiping left or right.

Gender :
Male
Address :

5 Spencer St, London EC1V 7HX, UK

Email :
shashank.jain.16@gmail.com
Favourite Genre:
Opera
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