Every Operating Systems I have use have a feature that allow me to see what apps are open and allow me to cycle through them easily. I'm even allowed to close opened apps if I need to. I mean, every OS except Fire TV OS.
Why this feature not available on Fire TV OS?
It's frustrating. I know I have an instance of an app opened, but I'm not able to go back to it after I get out of it.
Let's say I start a movie in an app and in the middle of it, I notice my sound is stereo instead of surround. I long press the home button, enter the settings menu and adjust the faulty settings properly to be left in a dead end.
The main reflex is to press back until your movie show up again, but you realize you end up stuck in the home page.
The second reflex is to try to find a shortcut that will allow you to cycle through your opened app to find out that this feature isn't available on this OS.
The third reflex is to open the app again hoping it will bring the already opened instance of this app in the foreground, but it just open a new instance where your movie isn't playing.
How I'm I suppose to resume my movie?
How not having a feature allowing to manage your opened apps is considered to be user friendly?