Hey there! I already asked this question on another forum but did not get a satisfactory answer so... I was thinking a bit about the way MTasking was implemented, and I saw a huge flaw. There is no way to quickly close apps. Long-home-click brings up voice control. Short-home-click freezes the app and takes it to the background. Double-clicking brings up the dock with background-running apps. So in no way is it possible to quickly truly close an app. Does that mean that, by the end of the day, I will have to open the dock with the background apps, and hold-and-press-minus for every single app that I do not want running on the iPhone's background? Does that mean that opening the dock, holding an app's icon, and pressing -, is the ONLY way of truly closing an app? Granted, the impact on battery and processor is low. But it is still a hit. Shouldn't we have the option of quickly truly closing an app?