Android 11 doesn’t have a good multitasking system, much less a well-designed split-screen feature. Google didn’t do much work on this section and it can be a mess to make two applications they are on the screen running at once. This is extremely easy on other customization layers, so Android 12 would be looking to improve this functionality and copied from manufacturers like Samsung. Most customization layers offer a better alternative to split screen than Google itself.
Android 12’s split screen will be simpler and more intuitive
The biggest problem today Android split screen is that it does not make things clear and you must take several steps until you find the way to get there. In other customization layers it is as simple as opening the recent apps, click on the destined icon and choose another application to share the screen.
Google is expected to be working on something very similar to Samsung’s option. We do not know why, but it seems that the big G would be interested in making sense of the split screen. It is not an extremely user-friendly feature, but it can be interesting at times.
The leak lets us know some extra functions that will have the Google split screen and that will add a positive point to the experience. By double clicking on the applications separator bar you can make the apps change their position instantly.
Also, Google could copy one of the best Samsung features related to this split screen. One UI has a system called App Pairs that allows you to configure shortcuts to the split screen with two predefined applications. If you press that shortcut the device open both apps in split screen automatically. It would be very good news if Android Stock mobiles also had this option.
For the moment we must wait, as it is not information confirmed by Google. Android 12 It will arrive sometime in the first quarter for developers, but it will not be until summer when the average user can enjoy it.
The Android 12 entry could be copied from Samsung with App Pairs: this is how it would work, it appears first in Pro Android – Best applications, games, tutorials and reviews and its author is Quelian Sanz