This Is What Split-Screen Multitasking Might Look Like In Stock Android
One feature almost everyone wants is the ability to use is spilt-screen multitasking. The feature has long been found in Windows, but we do want to have it on our mobile phones too. This is one of Samsung’s many features that is the most useful even if support is somewhat limited. Other OEMs like LG have also given a shot at this feature but it seems no one has gotten it right just yet. That might change however as it seems Google is planning to implement the feature into Stock Android.
The guys over at Android Police have just gotten their hands on what they claim is Google’s implementation of multi-window. To begin multi-window users can pick up to two apps from their recents menu and “snap” them to the side of display. You can even snap a window to one side of the screen while still having access to the recents menu and home screen. When two windows are open you’ll have the option to resize the windows at the center of the screen.
It’s not known exactly when or if we will ever see this functionality come to the surface but let’s all hope for the best. If you want to know a bit more in depth on how Google will implement this feature, check out the original Android Police post at the source link below.
Source: Android Police