When you’re thinking about buying an Android tablet, chances are a tablet by Samsung or Google is high up on your list. Whilst Google Nexus tablets offering the pure Google Experience, Samsung’s range offer a long list of features and whilst some are definitely overkill, there are a few useful ones that deserve a mention. Ahead of our Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition review, we’re taking a closer look at some of these and below we take a closer look at all the features of Multi Window.
Multi Window is Samsung’s answer to splitting the screen up so you can use two applications at any given time. Whilst this isn’t the most enjoyable experience on the 5.7 inch display on the Galaxy Note 3, it’s fantastic and our preferred mode of use on the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition. Multi Window not only allows you to use two applications next to each other but also interact between the two applications.
Let’s take a closer look at all the Multi Window features:
Using Multi Window on a smaller display isn’t ideal (albeit still useful) but the possibilities are vast when using a bigger device. In the context of the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition, we would like Samsung to allow us to set different combinations of apps and save them as a shortcut – Multi Window is very useful but lacking in customisability options.
Do you like Multi Window? Would you use this / do you use this on your existing Galaxy device? Give us a shout down below…