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By pemell, Senior Member on 4th March 2014, 05:24 PM
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This is a quick review of the new SlimRecents (credits goes to Callip Hall):

http://youtu.be/166MLgzcqnw

What is SlimRecents? Slim recents is an app switcher. We have since some time a vision how it should be and how google should ehance it. Well we did it now on our own and we hope you will enjoy it.
 
 
5th May 2014, 04:14 PM |#2  
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This is a quick review of the new SlimRecents (credits goes to Callip Hall):

http://youtu.be/166MLgzcqnw

What is SlimRecents? Slim recents is an app switcher. We have since some time a vision how it should be and how google should ehance it. Well we did it now on our own and we hope you will enjoy it.

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6th May 2014, 04:01 AM |#3  
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i really love it, simple and useful
9th May 2014, 09:28 AM |#4  
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Did pinch to close all app features will be more customized like we can add our gesture to close all apps?

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Can we have customized gesture to close all app?

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Did pinch to close all app features will be more customized like we can add our gesture to close all apps?

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its already a bonus that we have a way to close them all. I doubt a way to customize it will happen. Anyway, removing apps from recents is useless. What exactly do you think you gain from that?

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I have come to realize it gains nothing, but sometimes it just makes me feel better to close everything out. 😁

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SlimRecents is such a nice concept for Replacement of native android recents.

However, It doesn't seem to support CLEAR ALL function which closes all running apps and more than that, It never includes the app for which recents is Opened.
I.e. When you want to close the app you're running to top, you need to switch to other app or Homescreen to close it.

And another thing I wish for is, Black theme for SlimRecents
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if you switch to slim all black, you get a dark theme for recents.

but somehow i wish to have a clear all/all except focused app functionality in recents to. no must have but a nice to have

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