Android 12 will launch a multitasking vitamin with an expanded version of the split screen called “App Pairs”.
Android is an operating system for mobile phones that allows us to carry out a wide variety of activities without having to resort to our computer. To be able to perform certain tasks is a very useful function the split screen.
This feature enables us Divide the screen of our terminal in twoHowever, with two applications open at the same time (on top of each other), the introduction of folding and dual-screen terminals is a bit out of date, which is why Google is working to include them Android 12 A more complete and updated version of the split screen will appear “App Pairs”.
“App Pairs”: An improved version of the split screen will be available with Android 12
In Android 11, we can use the split screen to use two applications at the same time. First we need to open one app, then enable the split screen for multitasking, and finally open the second application. Once we have the two applications open, we can resize each application using the divisor that appears in between.
As we learned in 9to5Google with Android 12, a new version of the split screen called “App Pairs” will be available. groups the two applications into a single window as if it were a single app.
This way we can select two apps that we have multitasking and open in one step Convert them to a single window to work with both at the same time. This way we can select multiple pairs of applications and Switch from one pair to the other when we need it.
As with the current split screen, we will continue to have a dividing line between the two applications to adjust the size each of them takes on the screen, but it has an additional function: if we click on it twice, we can Swap the positions of the apps.