Google is reportedly working on a new version of its “Split Screen” function which allows you to display two applications side by side on your smartphone screen.
In Android 11, activating this function is not really intuitive. You must first activate the multitasking view, and then press the application icon displayed at the top of the window to access the menu Split screen. Activating the mode will pin the first application to the top of the screen, so that the user can then choose the second application to display on the screen.
To simplify things a bit, Google was working on a new version of its split screen function. Scheduled for Android 12, it would respond to the name of “App Pairs” and allow the user to select two recently opened applications to create a “pair”. This can then be used as a single task. At the center of this pair, the user will be able to adjust the division slider to give more or less display space to either application, as is already the case today.
This element could also be used to change the display order of the two applications of a pair using a double tap on it. We now have to wait a few more weeks before the arrival of the first Preview Developer of Android 12 which will perhaps allow us to have a first glimpse of this new version of theSplit screen.
Source : 9to5Google
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