Ctrl+Alt+Delete isn’t just necessary on Windows and other desktop operating systems. Applications can freeze or get stuck in bad states on modern iPhones, iPads, and Android devices too.

Every operating system has a way to forcibly end misbehaving applications. After you do, you can relaunch them and they should hopefully work properly.

Here are the steps to force-quit a running Board.Vision App for different devices.

iPhone and iPad

1) Double-press the Home button to open the list of recently opened applications.


2) Scroll to the left and right to find the app you want to close. 


3) Touch the app’s thumbnail and slide it upward and off the screen. The next time you open the app, it will restart from scratch.




Android

1) Tap the multitasking button to open the list of recently accessed apps. On some devices, you may need to long-press the Home button or perform a different action if there’s no recent apps button.

2)Touch one of the apps thumbnails or cards in the list and swipe it to the left or right, moving it off the screen. The app will be closed and will open from a clean state the next time you access it.