If you are looking to open multiple apps on your Android device at once, you’ll want to find out how to enable split screen Android. Split screen can be used to watch a youtube video while you read an article or check the weather while looking at a map.
You can basically look at anything in split screen mode, allowing you to see two apps at once. With this guide, you should be able to understand how to easily use Split Screen on Android.
Split Screen Android
- Step 1: Open the two apps that you want to use in split-screen mode.
- Step 2: Tap the App Switcher button at the bottom of the screen of your Android device.
- Step 3: (On most Android and Samsung phones) Long Press the icon for the App you want to see at the top of the screen. If you have a One Plus, you will need to long-press the window of the first app you want to split screen.
- Step 4: Select Split Screen or Open in Split Screen View depending on the device.
- Step 5: Select the second app you want to use in split screen mode.
Your apps will now appear in split screen mode, with one at the top and one at the bottom. You should be able to interact with both of these apps, as normal. It is worth noting that on smaller Android devices, you may find the half-sized app hard to read or see, depending on what app it is.
Once you have your apps in split screen mode, you can easily close them out to leave split screen. Hopefully, now you can use split screen to maximize the number of apps you are interacting with on your Android device.
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