Has there ever been a feature as packed with potential and simultaneously easy to forget as Android’s screen-splitting system?
On the surface, splitting your screen to see two apps together at the same time seems like a stunningly splendid feat. Two apps at once? Easy drag and drop between ’em? No awkward flipping back and forth to reference info while you’re writing something or access your calendar whilst chatting? That’s desktop-style multitasking, baby!
And yet, best I can tell — anecdotally speaking — hardly anyone actually seems to use screen-splitting on Android on a regular basis in the real world. (When’s the last time you did?!)