Switchr is a well-designed, well-polished, feature packed and simple, yet practical application that allows switching between running tasks with impeccable elegance and flawless perfection.
“Ready for another one of those apps that you never thought you wanted or needed, but will fall in love with once you get it?” – Phandroid
Switchr is a lot like Alt-Tab, except prettier, more fluid, and customizable, with a few more features sprinkled here and there. Using Switchr, you can switch between running apps with style, two styles in fact (you choose), each with its own advantages and gesture based actions such as closing apps, or shortcut to the home screen. It’s a must-try.
“Sometimes change is good, and this change is just too pretty to pass up” – AndroidSpin
Switchr Pro Key
Switchr comes for free, in all its app switching glory, much like Alt-Tab, but for Android, except much more elegant. However, with the Pro Key installed, all settings are unlocked, leaving you with the freedom to customize every aspect of Switchr. Switchr Pro allows you to take advantage of all gestures, customize all visual aspects, configure blacklists/whitelists to your liking, show unlimited running tasks, and much more.
Follow the development on XDA: http://bit.ly/switchrxda
News & Media
“Switchr is a well designed and well polished app with a simple, yet practical function that allows users to access their running apps quickly and conveniently.” – XDA Developers
“A lot of Android devices have dedicated buttons to bring up the multitasking list, but Switchr may offer an even faster way to jump between running apps” – Android Police
“Switchr does switching in a way that will seem more natural to you” – Phandroid
“This is a high-quality app from a developer with a proven track record, and I can warmly recommend it” – makeuseof
“Swipe between apps quickly and select the one you want, all without lifting your finger off the screen” – Lifehacker
“Switchr aims to make multitasking more efficient and effective” – AddictiveTips
“Switchr is a great idea and I look forward to seeing where it goes” – Android Dissected