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How to Use Multi-Window View in Android 7 Nougat

Oyetoke Tobi - Friday, October 07, 2016

One of the most handy new features in Android Nougat 7.0 is the Multi-Window (which is also known as split-view) multitasking feature. This is a long-overdue feature which is just added to the latest Android mobile operating system. It is most formerly found only in customized Android skins like Samsung TouchWiz and more, this mode enables you to view two different apps at once on your screen. It does will surely come in handy if you want to check your Facebook app or your email inbox while you edit photos or watch videos. 

Unluckily, it's not easy to understand or know how to make it work. However, in this article, we'll show you how to open a second app to place side by side with the one you're already using, and how to select an app not visible in the app switcher. So here's how to use multi-window views in Android Nougat 7.0.

So while using an app, just hold down the Recent Apps button.

Then select an app from your recent apps list. In case the app you want to open isn’t available in that menu or recent apps list, tap the Home button. Note: Not all apps support multi-window mode, and will always see a warning if the app you selected doesn’t multi-window mode.

Then tap on the second app you want to open.

Now you've successfully set up a multi-window mode. You can drag the dividing line left and right to resize, tap Home to choose a new secondary app from the home screen and also tap on the Split Screen button at the bottom right corner to select a recently used app.



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