I didn't see an iOS forum, so I'll post this here. Move it to the appropriate forum if needed. I think multitasking is great, but is it just me, or is the UI implementation awkward? Double clicking the home button doesn't feel natural, and it's a little bit picky and doesn't always work as expected. As soon as you know it there are up to a dozen apps running. Most of the time I just want to use a particular app for one function. I don't want to keep it running. Double clicking the home button to get at the task manager, to hold an app button, to get them to wiggle, to tap the minus badge is way too many steps, and I don't think terribly user friendly way to quit an app. Oh yeah, if you launch an app from a folder, why does the folder stay open when you click the home button to switch out of the app. Wouldn't returning to the home screen be better? I think the following would be more intuitive and efficient: Get rid of the task manager, or keep it but not make the UI dependent on it, but just another option. Have green badges on the upper right corner of the app icon to indicate which apps are running. Maybe double tap the icon to quit it, or some other non-multi step method. Better yet also have an in app quit button. What does everyone think?