One of the complaint against Android firmware is the non-uniform distribution of the firmware making both users as well as developers dealing with compatibility issues. Now as Google is preparing to release the Android 4.2 firmware you can still find phones running OS two years old.
If you are one of the user still stuck with old android version, but love the key improvements from Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean, especially the task manager to kill and switch then the XDA-Developers member has made recent apps menu accessible for those on Froyo, Gingerbread, and other older Android ROMs.
The recent apps menu is one kind of the top features made available to the Android ICS. All open tasks are accessible to view instantly, and it helps manage the device in a much easier way. For individuals willing to enjoy the benefits of the Ice Cream Sandwich or Jelly Bean without updating to the firmware, XDA has tool to imitate the task manager of Android ICS on Gingerbread or aged devices.
You can download the free version from the link provided below, but the paid version offers a few more features. The recent apps menu is exhibited according to ICS and Jelly Bean, and the swipe-to-kill gesture works perfectly.
Click here to download the free version from the Google Play Store.
Tags: android 4.2
, android ics
, free version
, jelly bean
, task manager