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Chrome OS 67 brings ADB support, Touchable Material Design refresh for tablets, and more

Google has tried so many times to make Android a friendly experience for tablets. The company started to shift away from Android tablets and focus more on Chrome OS. On bigger displays, Chrome OS is a better experience than Android, but it still lacked some basic things that were already available on a mobile platform....

Chrome OS Developer Channel Now has a Flag to Enable Split Screen in Tablet Mode

Google's Android and Chrome OS are intended for different form factors and have different use cases, but in recent times, their functionality has started to overlap. At one time, Google had put its energy and resources into ensuring that Android was a great tablet operating system, but the effort failed. So even though Android gained...

Android Nougat’s Freeform Window Mode: What It Is and How Developers Can Utilize It

When Android 7.0 Nougat was first announced early in 2016, it brought with it a much-requested feature to the Android platform — multi-window support. Most people are aware of the split-screen multi-window support enabled by default on all Android Nougat phones and tablets. Android TV devices with Android Nougat come with support for picture-in-picture multi-window support.However, there...

Tasker v4.9 is out with Non-Root Programmable Firewall, Multi-Window Automation, S-Pen Recognition, and More

It's no secret that we at XDA are big fans of Tasker. We've covered the application and its capabilities multiple times in the past and have demonstrated that the potential uses of Tasker are limitless thanks to its extensive plug-in framework. Tasker has become so robust over the years that development on the application has slowed...

5 Great Ways To Use Android Split-Screen

I've been using Android N for a while and I'm actually liking the split-screen feature. At first it will go against your instinct to use this feature because we have all been switching between apps for so long that it has become natural to us. When we jump between apps we press the "recent apps"...