Posts Tagged ‘multitasking on iPhone’

Big news for iPhone 3G and iPod touch 2G users! After learning about iPhone OS 4 jailbreak news earlier today, some iPhone devs/hackers have now apparently managed to enable multitasking on the older iPhone 3G and iPod touch 2G, both of which were limited by Apple due to lower amount of RAM on these devices. This is what a recent tweet from an iPhone dev said.

Continue reading... »

Good news for all iPhone users, the upcoming iPhone 4.0 will support multitasking in an Expose-like style interface as we have seen on Mac OS X. Now you can switch between apps and perform multiple tasks seamlessly.

Continue reading... »

According to the reliable sources at AppleInsider, folks in Cupertino are preparing to finally bring multitasking support in the next version 4.0 of iPhone OS. If this rumor holds up to be true, then Apple can finally silence all the iPhone critiques who have been praising the rival Google’s Android for its superiority in multitasking support; something which iPhone has lacked since day 1 with the original iPhone (EDGE) launch back in 2007.

Continue reading... »

We informed you about Multifl0w app for iPhone that allowed switching between applications running in background in a beautiful Palm Pre style cards flow-like mode. This was nothing but a graphical extension of the already existing app from Cydia called Backgrounder to present all opened apps in a tabbed view, similar to Mobile Safari browser. Almost a month later, a new multitasking app by the name of ProSwitcher was released as Beta that simply outclassed Multifl0w in each and every aspect.

Continue reading... »

Remember the Multifl0w app for iPhone which we posted about last month? Well a new multitasking app by the name of ProSwitcher has now been released, which outclasses multifl0w in each and every way possible. ProSwitcher is an iPhone app which allows switching between applications running in background in a beautiful Palm Pre style cover flow-like mode. It basically act as a graphical extension to the already popular app from Cydia called Backgrounder to present all opened apps in a tabbed view, similar to the view seen on Mobile Safari browser.

Continue reading... »

Multifl0w is an iPhone app which allows switching between applications running in background in a beautiful Palm Pre style cover flow-like mode. It will basically act as a graphical extension to the already popular app from Cydia called Backgrounder to present all opened apps in a tabbed view, similar to the view seen on Mobile Safari. The combination of Multifl0w and Backgrounder will be a treat to have for power users who wants to run multiple apps at the same time on the iPhone. For better comprehension, you may have a look at the screenshot attached below.

Continue reading... »

Subscribe To Redmond Pie

Subscribe to RSS Feed Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Facebook Follow us on Google+ Follow us on YouTube

Popular Stories