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Greenify now hibernates and locks screen by Google Now shortcut

O Greenify one of the best and best known apps for controlling battery usage by apps. It does this by hibernating background applications. With the last update, this made it even easier to do this, even on non-rooted devices.

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Application hibernation. / Greenify

Since last week Greenify has been able to automatically hibernate applications even on non-rooted devices, ie it is no longer necessary to manually hibernate. To do this, you only need to enable the function in "Experimental Functions …"; however, this does not work if Screen Lock is enabled. In this case, you can create a "Hibernate and Lock Screen" shortcut, which hibernates the selected apps and turns off the display. This function is available in the free version of the app..

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Automatic hibernation without root access. / ANDROIDPIT
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<p>What's new now is the use of the Google Now shortcut for "Hibernate and Lock Screen": by dragging your finger from the Home button up, Google Now launched; Greenify took advantage of this gesture so that you can enable hibernation of the selected apps and turn off the screen without having to create the shortcut above or open the app. </p><div class='code-block code-block-3' style='margin: 8px auto; text-align: center; display: block; clear: both;'>
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Direct from any screen you can launch the hibernate and screen lock function. / ANDROIDPIT / Artur Eduardo
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Thanks to Arthur Eduardo for the tip.

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