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advance task killer difference?

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by squirrellydw, Dec 12, 2009.

  1. squirrellydw

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    I noticed there is a free version of Advance Task Killer and a $5 version, what's the difference?
     

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    Bump I'd also like to hear the answer to this one ;)

    I'm assuming though the advanced one lets you set up a schedule on when to kill things, like say every few hours kill *these* apps specifically. Or perhaps at night/end of day kill these apps to free up memory.

    The free one, from what I've tested in store and seen other friends use, is more than sufficient, just a manual affair.
     
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    I was hoping for one with out adds
     
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    you dont even notice the adds. I have used the free version and paid. No diff. I now use the one that come pre-installed with a new Home app. Saves memory. lol
     
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    Maybe you will find you are limited to how many App you can choose to ignore.
     

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