A video with five tips and tricks that work on the Samsung Galaxy Tab A.
Shown above, MultiView. It now operates differently than past versions.
And then there’s actual Multiwindowing:
And a feature I wish was standard across all devices, regardless of brand name and operating system — SideSync:
I wonder now if MultiView is actually available on the Galaxy Tab A 8.0. I didn’t get such an option when I pressed and held the Multitask button earlier this week.
Samsung beat Apple to offering multitasking on a tablet, with both MultiView and Multiwindowing. I hope developers will do what’s needed to make their apps compatible with Samsung’s extensions. (It’d be better if Google itself added such features officially in Android so developers could code just one version for all of Android.)
All of this gets even more exciting when I think of the upcoming S2 series of Tabs.
Now the video:
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