A RARELY known Android hack allows users to use multiple apps at the same time, without having to switch between them.
This hack is known as split screen and is the one people normally use on their laptops.
The split screen hack is useful on various occasions like when you need to share information from app to app while watching something and don’t want to stop scrolling.
To access split-screen mode, your phone must meet the following criteria: It must be Android and it must be running Android 9 pie or newer.
Enabling split screen varies slightly depending on your device.
While some Androids are simpler, others require a few extra steps.
Newer models will likely do the job easier.
First, go to your recent app screen by swiping up on your screen or tapping the appropriate buttons.
In the recent apps section, tap the icon of the app you want to split.
Tap and select “Split Screen”
Select the second app you want to run and you’re good to go.
Other Android models require you to first open the app you want to split screen and then go to the newest apps page.
First, you need to open the app you want to split first and then head to the multiple apps page.
Select the app you want to do the second split with by tapping on the Kebab menu, which will bring up the split screen choice.
If you swipe the recent apps menu again, you’ll see both apps running on a single page, as if they were the same app, each taking up half of your screen.