<application>

syntax:
<application mindroid:enabled=["true" | "false"]
             mindroid:process="string" >
    . . .
</application>
contained in:
<manifest>
can contain:
<service>
description:
The declaration of the application. This element contains subelements that declare each of the application's components and has attributes that can affect all the components. All attributes (such as process) set default values for corresponding attributes of the component elements.
attributes
mindroid:enabled
Whether or not the Mindroid system can instantiate components of the application — "true" if it can, and "false" if not. If the value is "true", each component's enabled attribute determines whether that component is enabled or not. If the value is "false", it overrides the component-specific values; all components are disabled.

The default value is "true".

mindroid:process
The name of a process where all components of the application should run. Each component can override this default by setting its own process attribute.

By default, Mindroid creates a process for an application when the first of its components needs to run. All components then run in that process. The name of the default process matches the package name set by the <manifest> element.

By setting this attribute to a process name that's shared with another application, you can arrange for components of both applications to run in the same process &mdash.

see also:
<service>