Originally Posted by achyut
android apps are actually designed 2 be alive at the background in a cache,ready for u 2 use it when u need. the silk browser IS actually a battery hog, but it is having a very nice intuitive interface that i like and thot of sharing.
You didn't read carefully what I wrote. I've said that silk stays active
in the background, not stopped like everything else when you don't use it.
Also it's worth mention that after locking the screen silk goes in to inactive state.
So it's only active till you lock your screen, on next unlock it's inactive (not like for example stock music app from v20n which is active all the time).
edit: nope Silks wakes up randomly there's no pattern