Galaxy S9 And Galaxy S9 Plus: How To Close Apps
Many users probably are not aware that many apps can be running in the background of your Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus. This can put a strain on the battery and affect the performance of the device in the long run.
We all want our smartphones to perform at its peak capacity. Closing the apps that you are not actively using is one of the simplest things that you can do to add battery life and system performance.
For those of you who have used other Android devices before whether an older model of Samsung or a different brand. What you were used to before will no longer work now with the latest unit.
Learning The New Stuff
It can be as simple as gaining access to the multitasking capacitive button that is designed to give access to the apps running in the background.
This button is very easy to find on your phone. It’s a soft key which can be found on the left side of your Home button and has two overlapping rectangles as a symbol. Try to tap it. When you do, you will see a new window show up with all your recently used apps listed there. From Gmail, Facebook to Twitter and all other apps that you have used.
You can get instant access to the app listed there just by tapping on it. Every time you go back to this menu, you can switch from one app to another almost in an instant.
If You Want To Close Just One App
Hold and swipe the box with your finger and it will disappear. This doesn’t mean you are losing all progress you have made via that app. You will be able to pick up from where you left off the next time you launch the app.
If You Want To Close All The Apps
If for some reason you would want to close all the apps, tap on the big button from the bottom of the screen that says CLOSE ALL.
Instant Access To Control All Your Active Apps
What an exciting time for users who can now have instant access to control apps that are running in the background.
This fast menu should be used to help control the apps that you may have used but do not use on a regular basis. There are large apps that you may not use regularly. These are the ones that you should close so that you can save on battery life. It will also help increase your phone’s overall performance.
However, it is not a good idea, however, to be always using this feature to open and close an app. In the long run, it could just be a waste of time and battery.
It is best to use the CLOSE ALL button is when you are ready to go to sleep or if you will not be needing to use your phone for a long interval.