February 4, 2023
ProSwitcher 1.0 Released!

ProSwitcher 1.0 Released!

Posted December 25, 2009 at 12:58pm · 6 comments · Add Comment
David
David - December 26, 2009 at 7:50am
Visually fun, but I went immediately back to Kirikae. I'd rather be able to see every running app in once glance and move an app to the foreground with a single tap rather than having to swipe/page through the background apps one screen at a time. I can't find the utility in seeing static snapshots that do no more than merely identify the app when the same screen real estate can show you an entire list. I'd love to hear how others are finding ProSwitcher more useful than Kirikae, though.
R00B0y
R00B0y - December 26, 2009 at 6:05am
Tried it... Loved it.... Uninstalled it... :-( Started draining my battery in only a few hours without any use.. fix this drain if you can, this is a great plug in and something I'd pay for if it doesn't nuke my power
Aaron
Aaron - December 25, 2009 at 3:05pm
Install this works very good but when I I uninstalled it the app runing logo are still on the apps any 1 know how to get rid of it
Bill Greenberg - Good Computer Guy
Bill Greenberg - Good Computer Guy - December 25, 2009 at 1:37pm
How is this better than Kirikai and Backgrounder?
rob
rob - December 25, 2009 at 3:07pm
looks hell of a lot better
googlelove
googlelove - December 26, 2009 at 12:23am
It's just a matter of preference. Kirikae just provides you with a list where Proswitcher gives you tiles to look at. They both operate the same where you can switch between backgrounded apps and you can also close the backgrounded apps from this program. Kirikae has always been really stable and smooth. I tried Multifl0w when it first came out and didn't like it because it wasn't very stable. Things could have changed now, but I didn't like the feel of it. I've tried proswitcher and really love it, so much so that I uninstalled Kirikae today. The only thing I miss from Kirikae is the FAV tab. I had about 6 apps listed that I could quickly launch without having to return to the home screen, but I liked the look and feel of Proswitcher that I felt I could just use spotlight to quickly launch those apps if I needed to.
You must login or register to add a comment...
Add Comment
Would you like to be notified when someone replies or adds a new comment?
Yes (All Threads)
Yes (This Thread Only)
No