Task Killer Android Apps: Test & Analysis

Android Phones are the most useable Mobile devices in current times, but the most annoying thing that Android Users are facing is shortage of battery life, most of the Android Phones require power backup as they can’t engage user for more than 24 hours a day, while continuous usage will shorten the battery life from 24 hours to half time.

Some users went to Android Task Killer to enhance their battery life and by killing the apps who are stealing the battery life of Mobile by running in the background including Google Maps, Faebook, Pandora and Twitter. It makes logic that any interface that will stop these apps regularly, you will have more battery life.

Task Killer Android Apps: Test & Analysis

Task Killer Apps:

Some people ranks Task Killer Apps to use them as apps killer, however, there are also some people who are of the view that Task Killer Apps consume batter life further, as they think that some apps restart themselves after Task Killer close these apps.

Testing and Analysis:

Advanced Task Killer

AppsTeller testify the results by downloading Advanced Task Killer on Samsung Galaxy Note 2, HTC Evo 3D, HTC Sensation 4G and Motorola Droid Bionic. Advanced Task Killer or ATK is one of the most in demand Task Killer App for Android Devices, however interesting thing is that the developer of ATK didn’t claim that their app will improve your battery life. During our testing, we use these devices with full brightness and play HD Movies with Wi-Fi off and enable 4G, while Wi-Fi on Samsung Galaxy Note 2.

During testing, we go for Safe Setting form three available options, other two are Aggressive and Crazy. ATK on every device was assigned of killing apps after every half hour. The result is that ATK killed all those apps that are not running but eating memory in back ground. It is wise to use Safe Setting as developer stated that other two setting may lead some apps to act abnormal.

Results:

After proper testing, we noticed that using ATK, we achieve minor improvement in batter life. HTC Evo 3D able to provide 6 hours and 45 minutes with ATK, previous was 6 hours and 23 minutes. HTC Sensation 4G run for 6 hours and 35 minutes without ATK, while with ATK, it manage to last for 6 hours and 56 minutes. Samsung Galaxy Note 2 provided us 7 Hours and 12 minutes without ATK, while it drops battery timing with ATK to 7 hours and 1 minute. Motorola Droid Bionic last for 5 hours and 5 minutes with and with ATK indicating no improvement.

Analysis:

With above mentioned results, we get to the point that Task Killer Apps are good for getting more memory by killing extra apps that are not in use, however if you are looking for more battery life, you need to have new battery extension that can be use as backup in case you are run short of battery.

Settings:

Task Killer Android Apps

You can set the settings according to your own needs. Here is a view of settings.

Open the App, Tap on Menu and then Setting to open the Interface. Here you can customize the settings according to your needs.

Auto Start:

Check this option in order to start the app automatically when you restart your Handset.

Show Notification:

Check this option to show icon on notification bar to switch easily.

Set Item Height:

You can set height for the item of running list from 36 pixel to 200 pixel.

Ignore List:

You remove the applications from ignore list, and can Build Recommended Ignore List.

Ignore Service Front App:

This option allows you to Ignore service and front apps automatically, otherwise they would display as green text. In order to stop them, you just need to long press on them.

Auto Kill Notice:

Enable or disable auto kill notice when auto kill execute.

Security Level:

You can set security level as you required form low to show more apps, restart to confirm the option.

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