Some manufacturers, like Samsung and LG, have had split-screen multitasking on their custom versions of Android for years. But starting with Android Nougat, Google added this functionality to AOSP, which means that all phones and tablets running Android 7.0 or higher will now have a new multi-window mode.

However, there is one disappointing issue: The new split-screen mode won’t allow you to run the same app side by side. This feature would be useful for things like copying text between two Google Docs files, or keeping multiple text message threads open simultaneously. You could clone apps… more

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