Okay, so I don't know if this bothers anyone else, but it certainly bothers me. When I open an app and use it, I press the home button when I'm done. The only problem is, to actually QUIT the application, i have to double-tap the home button, then hold down the icon, and hit the "X" I have found a solution to this, and I thought I would share it with you all. 1) Download "Backgrounder" from Cydia. (If you haven't already) 2) Open Backgrounder and select "Global Settings" >Set "Backgrounding method" to "Backgrounder" >Turn OFF "Enable at Launch" >Turn ON "Stay Enabled" >Turn OFF "Fall Back to Native" >Turn OFF "Minimize on Toggle" >(I also turn ON "Badge" so I can see whats in the background from the springboard, but It's all a matter of preference) >Close Backgrounder now and let it respring. 3) Now open Cydia and download a package called, "Remove Recent". >Let it respring. And there you go! When you close an app, it will no longer show up in the multi-task bar! In addition, when you do background apps, you can just double tap to switch between them quickly! This also makes the multi-task bar behave more like an app switcher. AS A SIDE NOTE: In order to preserve battery life, you may want some applications to background in the "native" way rather than as if the were in the "foreground". Ex) Music, Mail, Safari, App Store etc. To do this: >Open Backgrounder and select "Overrides" >Hit the "Add" button >Select the Application you would like to background "natively" >Set "Backgrounding method" to "Native" >(with these applications, I turn "Badge" OFF as they run often.) Hope some people find this helpful!