Task (app) killer vs CPU monitor/killer

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http://androidforums.com – Read a fascinating article on Lifehacker about this. The link is below and I recommend reading the body of the article. The part that I find most interesting is: In Android, processes and Applications are two different things. An app can stay "running" in the background without any processes eating up your phone's resources. Android keeps the app in its memory so it launches more quickly and returns to its prior state. When your phone runs out of memory, Android will automatically start killing tasks on its own, starting with ones that you haven't used in awhile. The problem i (General)