Thanks to the Google’s Android 7.0 Nougat update, split-screen multitasking mode has arrived on Android devices. It helps you use your favorite two apps simultaneously. That’s fruitful! It will be very helpful those who want to perform two different tasks side by side. Want to put your hands on this highly productive feature? Head over to enable and use Split-Screen multitasking mode in Android Nougat.
Now, you don’t need to use any third party apps or root your device to use two apps at once. All you need to do is just take a few simple steps and you are done!
First of all, you will have to enable the split-screen multitasking on Android Nougat device. It can be done through developer options. Hence, we need to enable developer options via below process:
How to Enable Split-Screen Multitasking in Android Nougat
Note: If you already enabled Developer Options, then skip this process. Go to the 4th step.
Step #1. Go to Settings on your Android device running Nougat.
Step #2. Scroll to “About phone” and tap on it.
Step #3. Now, you need to tap on Build Number or Version Number for a few times until you get a message says you are now a developer.
Once you have enabled developer options. Follow below steps:
Step #4. Go back to the Settings menu and tap on Developer option.
Once you follow above steps, after that all unsupported apps will be able to run in slip-screen mode on your Android device. After a restart, follow-up below steps to use slip-screen multitasking.
How to Use Split-Screen Multitasking in Android Nougat
Step #1. First, open one of your favorite app on your Android device.
Step #5. Now, you can open another app in the lower screen of the device. Navigate to App menu and Select another app which you want to use in a Split screen. Touch both sections respectively and enjoy both apps side by side.
Do you think that the slip-screen feature is very impressive? Have you used on your device? If you have feedback regarding this, let us know in the commenting section.