Every time Google surprises us with new features introduced in new version of Android. Whereas split-screen multitasking and picture-in-picture mode both function are highly admired by all Android Oreo users, many users still wish to run the same app in split-screen. And, we are glad to tell you that you can do it on your Android Oreo device without rooting.

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Of course, now you can chat on WhatsApp with different contacts by particular WhatsApp account on the same device and at the same screen using the Parallel Windows app. Thus, you don’t need slit within two different windows or apps. Sounds amazing! Right? So, are excited to run the same app in Split screen on Android Oreo, then you should follow these steps carefully. Let’s find out the process!
How to Use the Same App in Split Screen on Android Oreo

How to Run Same App in Split Screen on Android Oreo

Note: Here we have tried these step on OnePlus 3 running Android 8.0 Oreo update, and it works great. For your information, we must tell you that it is currently working for limited apps and some more apps will soon support soon.

Step #1. Download and install Parallel Windows for Nougat and Oreo on your Android phone.

Download and install Parallel Windows App on Android Oreo deviceStep #2. Next, open the app, tap on the checkbox next to “I have read and understood,” and tap on “Continue” and then, similarly tap on the checkbox next to “some bugs are friendly, let me continue!” and tap on “Continue.”

Open Parallel Windows and Checkbox the options and Tap on continue on Android OreoStep #3. Now grant the app permission and enable accessibility service by turning toggle next to “Permit to draw over the apps” and “Enable Accessibility Service.”

Enable app permission and accessibility service on Android OreoStep #4. After that, you will see a little sidebar appear at the right side of the app for a few seconds. You can launch it by slightly swiping right from that edge.

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Swipe right from that edge on Phone screenThere you can see the app drawer, trigger split-screen mode, and app mirror option. You can also adjust the height and width of the sidebar by adjusting hotspot dimension.

You can see the app drawer, trigger split-screen mode, and app mirror option in Parallel Windows AppStep #5. To start using the same app in split screen, select the first App Drawer option and then choose the app you want to use.

Select App Drawer and choose the app you want to use Split ScreenStep #6. Once you select the app, it will show up at upper slit screen on your device. Now you will need to open the sidebar again and tap the third option App Mirror and then tap on the app running at the upper part of the device.

Open sidebar again and tap on App Mirror in Parallel Windows AppYou’re done!

Final Words

That was pretty easy to use the same app in multiscreen on Android Oreo. Hope now you know the complete process to run the same app on split screen. If you have followed this tutorial and enjoying two same apps on one screen, let us how it is doing. Just drop comments below or leave your opinion on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.