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MacMost Now 926: Taming Your Apps In iOS 7
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FYI, that's not "turning off" but force-quitting apps. You should typically never have to do this. There's no reason unless an app is misbehaving in some way.
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In IOS6 was able to turn off individual apps by pressing home button twice then pressing app on the bottom and wiggling red dot appeared, which I pressed to turn off that app. This procedure does not work in IOS7. What is the new procedure?