When we talk about multitasking on phones, one Operating System that instantly comes to our minds is no doubt, Android. For power users or normal users alike, Android OS is the one stop go when it comes to multitasking capabilities. Moreover, With the introduction of the much awaited multi-window feature on Android 7.0 Nougat last year, it allowed you to open two apps at the same time. However, speaking of multi-window feature in particular, let us all not forget the fact that Samsung has had this amazing feature since the debut of the Galaxy Note 2 in 2012. Naturally, any tech enthusiast with an active internet connection surely knows that the Galaxy Note 8 debuted late last month. The Galaxy Note 8 brings to the table a new feature related to the aforementioned multi-window functionality. The feature is called App Pair. It basically allows you to open two of your favourite apps at once by creating custom shortcuts for your two favourite apps on the home screen. Today, I have brought an app for you, that provides you with the ability to enjoy the Galaxy Note 8’s App Pair feature on your favourite device. The app is simply called Split-screen creator.
Enough said, now let’s go through the setup of the app and also see it in action with the help of the screenshots below. Let’s get started.
Split-screen creator setup
This was the app introduction. However, let’s take an in-depth look on how to setup by actual screenshots from my very own device for a better understanding and experience.
Now that all setup is done, let’s see this app in action as depicted by the screenshots below.
Split-screen creator in action
So yeah, there you go Droidviewers and tech enthusiasts on my in-depth review of Split-screen creator app for Android. Moreover, in my personal opinion, the App Pair feature that Samsung introduced with the Galaxy Note 8 is an amazing feature. Furthermore, I’m really thankful to the developer of this app who goes by the name Francisco Barroso for bringing the Galaxy Note 8’s App Pair feature for all of us to use and enjoy.
Let me know in the comments section on your take and experience with this neat little app. Download the app via the link below. May peace be on all of you out there.
This article was last modified on September 13, 2017, 12:17 am