Sometimes I want to kill a buggy application (ANR) I've deployed to my LG G3. This seems to be done on Lollipop via Settings->General->Apps. I find it quite tedious to get there, every time I have to kill something that isn't responding. Sadly, the Settings app resets the tabs each time, so once I enter Settings, I must change tab to General, scroll down, hit Apps, scroll down to find the app, enter its screen, and then finally kill it - tedious if you value a fast workflow.
On my old Samsung Galaxy S (Gingerbread), I could get to "Apps" much more easily.
What I'd really like is to have a desktop icon that takes me straight to the "Apps" part of Settings.
Is that even possible? Better yet, are there any nice shortcuts for killing the focused application?