Multitasking Comes to the iPhone via Multifl0w [Video]

Multitasking Comes to the iPhone via Multifl0w [Video]

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Multiflow is a new iPhone utility which lets you easily switch between backgrounded applications.

Developer Aaron Ash hopes to have Multifl0w on the Cydia Store soon. In the meanwhile you can check out a video demonstration below...

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rabz - November 22, 2009 at 9:09am
looks like a glorified Backgrounder
SuperTiti - November 21, 2009 at 12:09pm
MHO is, It would be better to close apps just like we close a web-page in Safari, with a little white/black cross on the upper right corner...
Anonmuz - November 21, 2009 at 11:26am
What needs to happen is either developers who want to make a utility to enable apps to run in the background make thier own background app and then their own interface to view the backgroung apps. Or the dev that made background to come up with an interface for the apps it runs in the background and change the way it enables apps to run in the background. If you open an app and close it, it should automaticly keep running it in the background and you should either hold the home button to stop the process or bite the Pre\'s style of stopping the apps from running (it\'s not like they\'re using it, seeing since the Pre sucks)
Tom Janssens - November 21, 2009 at 6:08am
Looks like.... app called Backgrounder?
Max Hedberg - November 21, 2009 at 8:29am
yeah looks exactly like backgrounder...
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