Using Programs During Picture-in-Picture Video Playback
An example of using Picture-in-Picture mode is using e-mail messages while watching a TV show. If you’re FaceTime chatting or watching a movie, tap. and the player window will be reduced and moved to a corner of the screen. You can then open a second program. This will continue video playback.
To move a video, drag its window to another corner. To expand the video to full screen again, tap in the left corner of the video. You can also hide the video by dragging it to the left or right edge of the display. To display the video again, tap the arrow icon.
Picture-in-Picture mode can be used on iPad Pro, iPad (5th generation and later), iPad Air 2 and later, and iPad mini 4 and later.
iPadOS 13: How to run multiple apps in Slide Over on iPad
In iPadOS 13, Apple turned the Slide Over feature into a small iPhone window on the iPad screen. You can now launch multiple apps (and app windows) in Slide Over and switch between them. Here’s how to open multiple apps in Slide Over on iPad.
iOS 9: iCab Mobile
If you’re still on iOS 9 and are jealous of users on iOS 10, or you don’t like Safari and need a professional web browser app with more features (more like a desktop web browser than a mobile one) use iCab Mobile.
It costs 149 and has a built-in split screen mode. Just click on the “Split” button highlighted in the screenshot below and you’re done. Just like in Safari, both tabs are independent and have their own controls. To exit split screen mode, use the same button.
As of version 7.0 Nougat and above, Android has a handy way to quickly switch between your current and most recently opened apps. To do this, double-click the square “Recent” button in the navigation bar, then select a program.
- Open the second app. To split your iOS screen, you just need to open a second app and minimize it
- Open the main app. Now open the main app, the one you want to share screens with.
- Drag and drop the second app.
How iOS 9’s new multitasking features work on iPad
than anyone else, iOS 9 should be appreciated by iPad users, and for good reason. It’s all about the new multitasking features. The key one is Split View, which will only be available to owners of the new iPad Pro, iPad Air 2 and its “little brother” iPad mini 4. It allows you to display two apps at the same time, doubling your productivity. Read about how it works below.
To switch to Split View, you swipe from the right edge of the screen to bring up Slide Over, another new feature that lets you view and interact with running apps in a small widget. To switch an app from Slide Over to Split View mode, you just need to drag the window boundary and expand it to half of the screen.
Both apps are docked on your screen and you can work with them simultaneously as if they were a single app. You don’t have to invoke the multitasking menu to switch between programs, they don’t reload. you get a completely seamless user experience.
Anyone who has used an iPad for work knows what a painful experience it is. Usually doing any serious tasks on the tablet turned into endless switching between Safari tabs that reload when not needed, and between apps via the multitasking menu. Such torment is hard to endure for a long time; it’s easier to get a laptop or go to a computer.
With Split View, you can scribble some drafts in Safari while you go to work in Notes or look at press releases in Mail. As Apple promised, the user experience in this case is completely seamless; the feeling of stiffness you couldn’t get rid of when working on an iPad before is gone.
As strange as it may sound, this approach increases productivity. We all have a lot of open windows on our computers, some of us even have multiple monitors, and we need our attention everywhere. On iPad, it’s easier than ever. All you see are the apps you’re working with and need right now.
How to Split Screen/Multitask on iPad
Of course, Split View will be useful not only for work tasks. When you’re watching your favorite movie, you can instantly open Safari and find out the name of the actor or that catchy song. You can use it to find a restaurant or movie tickets while chatting with friends over FaceTime, or to plot in Maps the route of a trip you were sent by Mail.
Let’s say you want to edit holiday photos to create an album. Split View lets you open an editor and Safari with a tutorial or player with a video tutorial at the same time.
With Split View you can quickly switch between apps by swiping from the edge of the screen or resize them by dragging across the window frame.
In landscape mode, you can choose to give apps half the screen or to give three-quarters of the screen to one app and a quarter to another. Split View surprisingly works in portrait orientation, but you can’t choose the application’s proportions.
If you need to switch one of the applications to full screen mode, it’s easy to do with a gesture of stretching to the desired side.
It’s very convenient that Split View remembers the position of windows when you switch applications. Say you were working in Safari open next to Notes, then switched to Messages to reply to your conversation partner. When you return to Safari, its window will be in the same place as the “Notes” window.
At this point, Split View isn’t perfect. The feature has a limitation and only works with iOS apps built in. But Apple has opened up relevant APIs that will allow third-party developers to add Split View support to their apps.
A lot of people are already working on this, so we’ll probably see more apps supporting Split View in the near future. As the base of such apps expands, the future of productivity on the iPad will get better and better.
You can easily open YouTube next to. Evernote alongside Chrome or Pages along with your banking app. Combinations like these make the iPad a useful tool for work that can truly replace your laptop forever.
A break from the PC
Back at the launch of the first iPad, Apple imagined it as a device for the post-PC era. an ultra-portable gadget on which you can do everything from Internet surfing to video editing to writing novels. All of these features have been hampered by a lack of true multitasking. The tipping point in this should be iOS 9.
With the announcement of the iPad Pro and its imminent arrival, it all makes more and more sense. With its signature Smart Keyboard, iPad becomes almost a laptop. And that’s just the beginning!
Using the Slider on iPad
Another feature closely related to screen sharing, Sliding. You need at least an iPad Pro, iPad Air, or iPad mini 2 to use it.
This allows you to work in a second application in a floating window on top of the full screen application, just as you are used to doing on your computer.
For the slider to work, you again need to make sure the app you want to use is available in the dock.
To start, open a regular app so that it’s full-screen. Then swipe up from the bottom of the screen to show the dock. Tap and hold the icon of the app you want to use in Slide Move mode, drag it to the screen, and release your finger.
To close the Slide Over app, swipe across the screen on the right side of the screen.
Switch from slide to split screen
If you’re working in Slide Over mode, you can easily switch to split screen mode instead.
Simply swipe down from the top of the Slide Over app and drag it to the side of the screen. Don’t release your finger until you see the main panel hit.
Switching from split screen to slide
Similarly, you can toggle between split screen mode and slide mode.
Again, swipe down from the top of the app you want to change to Slide Over, drag it to the middle of your iPad screen, and drop.
You can use Slide Over in Split View to open more apps at the same time: the process is very similar. Swipe up from the bottom of the screen to see the Dock, drag the app to the app separator and use the black bar at the bottom of each window to switch between them right or left. To close an app in Slide Over, swipe up and hold the middle of the screen to display all open apps, then swipe up again to close the app.
Ways to divide the screen of an iOS device into two parts
One of the key disadvantages of iOS (and iPadOS) is the absence of full multitasking. That is there is no possibility to launch several applications in separate windows and use them simultaneously. Similar functionality has only recently been added to iPad, but it is a so called split screen mode, which allows you to work with 2 tabs at once. But on the iPhone this feature is not implemented. According to the developers of iOS, it’s inconvenient to use on a small screen, so there’s no need for it.
Split View, Slide Over and Picture-in-picture options are available on the iPad OS using the dock. Split the screen on the iPhone using standard means is not possible. But this is available for jailbroken devices, which requires the installation of third-party window managers (e.g. Multify or ReachApp). The AppStore also has several programs that you can install on your iPhone without jailbreaking, but in terms of functionality they are significantly inferior to the same ReachApp.
How to swap windows in Split View
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That’s why there is a special curtain at the top of the screen space of the right app, which you can pull. The right-hand app will begin to follow a finger holding the curtain across the screen to where the user indicates. Interestingly, Split View is even capable of remembering the location of its “windows“, for example, if you open Messages instead of, say, Safari, and Apple Music instead of iFiles, then when you return your browser they will be displayed in the same place.
Combination to view 3 applications