Multitasking on Android with Swiftly Switch App

Switch Between Apps on Android With Swiftly Switch

Multitasking on Android is not new, but you can improve your multitasking activity on Android with Swiftly Switch App. Multitasking is the most important part of Android OS, especially on those flagship smartphones. Every Android user perform multitasking activity everyday. And you must know the fact that when you perform app switching it requires more RAM for faster app switching. Although the accessibility features in the latest apps are much better and for improved multitasking there is floating windows feature in phablets, technology can always get better with time. That’s why we need third-party apps. The app switching ability makes navigation on Android easy but there are also some advance third-party multitasking apps which makes the whole app switching process much faster and smoother.

Swiftly Switch, as the name suggests it really gives you the power to switch between apps swiftly. This is not the only app for multitasking, there are several other apps available on play store offering almost the same functionality. Among all apps I have seen nothing new and I think not even needed right now. Now it’s time to make it more perfect what’s already available and that’s what Swiftly Switch does. Swiftly Switch is not the ultimate solution but it certainly is awesome.

When you first install Swiftly Switch, you have to grant it permission to access device statistics and accessibility settings. It uses your app usage statistics to track the activity of apps which you use the most. It process the statistics to understand your activity so that it can offer right apps. And by using accessibility settings it offers navigation options like home, back, etc.

Let’s take a look at its functionality, to view the apps it hosts simply swipe outward from the edge of the screen, you will see the semi-circle panel with all your apps. This semi-circle panel can host 6 apps and you will also find some navigation options like home, back, and, extending status bar. One of my favorite options is the option to jump direct to the last used app. Let me make it more simple for you to understand, at present, if you want to jump direct to the last used app then you have to make two taps – first tap to trigger the recent apps button and the second one is to jump to that app from the recent apps menu. So there are two steps involved to perform single activity but in Swiftly Switch you can do the same with just single tap. If we talk about its customization then there are a lot more you can do, there are options to select edge for swipe, apps and shortcuts, sensitivity, length, offset, size of the circle, haptic feedback, icon pack bundled, pinning apps, blacklisting apps, editable background color, and so much more. Not all features are available in the free version, you will have to spend some money to get some extra advance features.

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The final verdict. I have been using this awesome app and I will recommend you to try it out once. I hope you may like it, I surely did. And it doesn’t require much RAM. It won’t even show it presence until you use it. So give it a try and do share your experience with us in the comment section below.

Download and Install from Google Play Store Swiftly switch

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