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Apps are closed by flicking a "card" up—and "off"—the screen.
The app "cards" can be rearranged for organization.
The interface uses "cards" to manage multitasking and represent apps.
The user switches between running apps with a flick from left and right on the screen.
is a Linux kernel-based multitasking operating system for smart devices such as smart TVs and it has been used as a mobile operating system. (which was acquired by Hewlett-Packard), HP made the platform open source, at which point it became Open web OS.
The operating system was later sold to LG Electronics.
Notably, these US Pre 3 units, having been released through unofficial channels, lacked both warranties and carried no support obligation from HP; as a result parts are nearly impossible to come by.
On June 6, 2009, web OS launched on the Palm Pre with 18 available apps.
In March 2011, HP announced plans for a version of web OS by the end of 2011 to run within Windows, In August 2011, HP announced that it was interested in selling its Personal Systems Group, responsible for all of its consumer PC products, including web OS, and that web OS device development and production lines would be halted.
The HP Pre 3 was launched in select areas of Europe, and US-based units were available only through unofficial channels (both AT&T and Verizon canceled their orders just prior to delivery after Apotheker's (HP's CEO at the time) announcement.
Due to the resizable nature of the Mojo and Enyo application frameworks, the app usually resizes itself to allow unhindered use while the notification is displayed.
After the notification slides away, it usually remains as an icon. Notifications can then be dismissed (sliding off the screen), acted upon (tapping), or left alone.
The notification area is located on the bottom portion of the screen on phones, and on the top status bar area on tablets.