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many apps in multitasking kill my app

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I have a problem with a new application. I realized that it is very unstable when there are many
applications open in the background.
I cleaned up my code and uses the "release", "nil" and I checked the leaks.
Are there a function to prevent the application in background kill mine?
Did I miss something?
You can test, it is free this week:
Thank you for your help
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