For sure, Google has integrated the handiest multitasking in Android Nougat. But, Samsung’s multi-window feature is unique and impressive on Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus. As the biggest smartphone geek, I usually like to use multi-window on Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus as it allows me to continue video watching while chatting with my friend.

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Previously, it was very bothersome to keep switching between apps. But now, everything has become smarter and easier on smartphones with the help of latest advanced operating systems and manufacturer’s magic. Well, if you have recently bought the S9 or S9 and doesn’t have an idea of using multiple apps in Split view on your Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus, then here’s complete tutorial!

How to Use Multi-Window on Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus

How to Use Split Screen on Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus

First of all, you should enable the multi-window option on your Galaxy S9/S9+.

How to Turn ON Multi-Window on Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus

Step #1. Open the Settings on your phone.

Step #2. Tap on Advanced Features.

Step #3. Now tap on “Multi-Window” and turn toggle ON Switch on.

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Once you have activated multi-window function on your phone, then you can use Galaxy 9 and S9 Plus’s split screen.

How to Use Multi-Window on Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus

Step #1. Tap Recent button Recent appsat the bottom left corner.

Step #2. Next, tap on Multi Window icon next to the specific app to open slit screen view.

Step #3. To open another app on a split screen, touch the second app from Recents or App list.

Step #4. Tap on Window Controls menu at the middle of the two apps to get more control through Window Control.

Step #5. If you want to exit slit screen, open Window Controls and hit the Close option.

You’re done!

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