Split Screen (also known as Split Screen Multitasking), a feature that got introduced in Nougat, lets you split the screen between two apps.
By using this multitasking feature, you can share the screen with two apps, and you can use both of them simultaneously.
Let's see how to use Split Screen feature on Android.
Use Split Screen on Android
You can use this feature in three ways. You can use the one that is convenient for you.
Let's see all of them in detail.
How to use apps in the split screen that doesn't support it?
Most of the apps support split screen. However, some apps do not.
If you encounter one, just follow the below steps:
That is all. From now on, even though you may see toast message (like the one below), the apps will support split screen.
Note: When I test, all the apps in my device works with the split screen except Camera.
How to Deactivate Split Screen
There are two ways to do this task. Here are they:
Long pressing "Recent Apps" button will deactivate the split screen mode. When it gets deactivated, the app at the top will take the full screen.
Pulling the divider (the one that you see between two apps) to the top or bottom will deactivate it. When you pull the divider to the top, the app at the bottom will take the entire screen and vice versa.
Here are some important things to note:
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How to Use Split Screen on Android