This guide will show you how to close running apps on the LG G6. If your phone is slow, there are other LG G6 problems or an app is frozen, you can use this guide to close apps on the LG G6.
You don’t need to close apps on the LG G6 to save battery life, but you may need to close them when an app freezes or when something is draining your battery too fast.
Android does a good job of managing the memory on your phone and managing battery life when you aren’t using apps. When in doubt, leave your LG G6 apps open and things should work out well.
How to Close Running Apps on the LG G6
When you start to see performance issues overall, or you start to see an app acting up it’s time to close running apps manually.
Tap on the square button at the bottom right of the LG G6. This will open up your currently running apps.
You can scroll up and down to see other running apps on the LG G6.
Swipe an app from the right to the left to close it. It will disappear from the screen and then it is closed.
Ideally, you will only need to close one running app on the LG G6 at a time.
How to Close All LG G6 Apps at Once
If your LG G6 is lagging or not acting right, you can close all LG G6 apps at once.
To do this, tap the square button in the lower right.
Now tap on clear all to close all the running apps on the LG G6.
How to Check LG G6 App Memory Usage
You can also go to Settings -> Memory to see what apps are using memory. You can choose to view by the last 3 hours, 6 hours, 12 hours or day.
Tap on Memory used by apps. This will show you the average memory use. It can help you identify what apps are using too much memory if something is wrong.
You can also use the Settings -> Smart Cleaner setting to clean out apps that you don’t need running anymore.
If an app keeps misbehaving, you can try updating the app. If that fails, uninstall the app and then reinstall it to see if that fixes the problem.