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How to Use Split-Screen Chrome in Android 7 Nougat

Oyetoke Tobi - Monday, October 10, 2016

The Android 7 Nougat has the ability to view two apps at the same time on which we’ve explained, but the Mult-View feature doesn't allow the same app to be view on the same screen. This is very annoying because there seems to be no way to have two Chrome tabs visible at the same time on the screen. This is a feature that led one android developer down a rabbit hole, making a third-party app which is currently in beta, whose aim is to mirror any app in the split-screen view. 

Fortunately, the techy folks at Greenbot discovered a way to make two Chrome tabs open at once, and it doesn't require any hacks or trickery. Alas, the Android team doesn’t want this trick to be available, so we suggest you should take advantage of it while you can, before it's disabled by an update.

To do this, open the Chrome app.

Then press and down the Recents app button.

Then tap the three-dot button.

So tap Move to other window. 

Then tap the + button to open a new Chrome tab.

That’s all; you've successfully open Chrome tabs at the same time. Happy browsing!



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