Posted inNews

Android 13 has a PC user interface that’s shown on laptop and desktop computers

Google’s Android operating system was originally designed for smartphones, but eventually found its way to tablets and smart TV devices. Google has long insisted that it’s not an operating system for laptops and desktops, instead positioning Chrome OS as its operating system for PCs… but that could change in the future. While digging into the recently […]

Posted inNews

Enable freeform windows in Android 7.0 (without root or ADB)

Google Android 7.0 is the first version of Google’s mobile operating system to feature native multi-window support. That means you can view more than one app at a time thanks to a split-screen mode that’s enabled by default. But Android 7.0 also includes support for a freeform window mode that lets you view more than […]

Posted inNews

Google’s Nexus devices aren’t getting freeform multi-window support (yet)

One of the biggest changes in Android N is native multi-window support. When you’re using an Android phone or tablet running the upcoming version of Android you’ll be able to view two apps in side-by-side windows and you’ll be able to resize those windows to make one app bigger and the other smaller. Android N […]

Posted inNews

Android N’s experimental freeform window mode turns Android into a desktop-style OS (almost)

The next version of Google’s Android operating system will be the first to have built-in, official support for multi-window mode, letting you view more than one application at the same time. Some companies, including Samsung, have been offering their own multi-window solutions for Android for years, but they’ve always had to alter Google’s software to […]