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How Frequently Do You Use the Multi-Window Feature On Your Android Device?

I remember having this conversation with a friend who is also a techy about how we take for granted the multi-window feature on the Android Nougat —most of us either forget to use it or completely forget that it exists.

Personally, I only use it depending on my current phone, if it’s less than 5.5-inch, then I can’t be bothered because in my opinion, the multi-window feature is best suited for phones with bigger screens. (The feature I USE (A LOT!) —irrespective of the screen size —is the double tap (on the recent button) to switch apps.

 

However, if there is one thing you can’t deny, it’s the fact that the multi-window feature is pretty useful — I love how I am able to watch a YouTube video and reply a comment on the blog at the same time.

So, over to you, how often do you use this feature and when was the last time you used the multi-window feature on your Android device?

Tip: For those who want to use the feature, but always get the app unsupported message, you can go to Settings > Developer options > towards the bottom of the list you can toggle “Force all activities to be resizeable.”

 

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    17 comments on “How Frequently Do You Use the Multi-Window Feature On Your Android Device?

    1. Fhëm says:

      My phones doesn’t support multi window but just tried it on my friends phone and it looks cool especially on landscape mode.

    2. Popoola oladimeji says:

      My screen is 6.0 and I still don’t use it…but my double tap on recent button not working…don’t know if it’s my launcher that is preventing this…

    3. ỌBÁDÁRÀ says:

      … WELL, I HAVE A 5.5″ SCREEN PHONE 📱 WHICH IS THE LEAST I CAN GO ON A SMARTPHONE 📱 SCREEN AND I USE SOMEWHAT REGULARLY.
      I STILL USED IT SOME DAYS AGO. I USE IT MOST WHEN READING 📖 FEEDS AND CHATTING ON WHATSAPP…

    4. Jay says:

      I just upgraded my Xiaomi Redmi note4 to Android Nougat and the feature is kinda cool but on various occasions when it should come in handy one will fail to remember it exist.
      I always use it whenever I am streaming a video on YouTube but still want to be chatting with somebody on WhatsApp; I will just split the screen into two.
      Cool feature though.

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    5. hassan says:

      My device doesn’t support a multi window but i don’t mind getting a device from this tech site that can perform that that.

    6. Chukwuma okereke says:

      Very occasionally

    7. iPaul says:

      Loved the feature a lot, and was one of the reason I quickly upgraded my phantom 6 plus to nougat. I rarely use the split screen because I forget it exist most times, tho sometimes I remember about it especially when I want to show off to my friends about nougat’s prowess..

    8. hussaini says:

      What baffuls me the most is my phone which does not support multi window, just looking at the end of this year to see if i can afford such device

    9. hussaini says:

      Please Let drop more positive comment so that other visitors visiting other Blog could get attracted towards it

      1. ỌBÁDÁRÀ says:

        … WELL, I STILL DON’T GET WHAT YOU MEAN AND PARTICULAR ON THIS POST, I’VE NOT SEEN ANY NEGATIVE COMMENT…

    10. xoftxoul says:

      I use a 10.1″ tablet. and I have and Android 7.0 running inside it. but can’t find “developer options” in settings menu so that I can adjust things. cos I keep getting “app doesn’t support split screen a lot.

      1. xoftxoul says:

        I’ve figured it out. yaaaay to me 👏👏👏👏

        1. Tobi Ayeni says:

          Lol, glad you did! Was about to compose a comment before I saw the reply.

    11. Edu says:

      I’m still using android 5.1 bevice but when I get an android nougat device I’ll flaunt that feature

    12. Kingsley says:

      I have always wanted this feature….. But funny enough I don’t even remember my phone has it😂

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