Multi window is already on a number of OEM’s devices, but not on stock Android. Even Apple is bringing it to iOS. As smartphones grow larger and more powerful, there’s little excuse left for Google not to bring this feature to stock Android.
OmniROM has stumbled across a solution to the Android multi-window problem from a rather unlikely source, WebOS. Could this be the multitasking feature that we’ve all been waiting for?
Rockchip has unveiled its new multi-window system functionality, which enables windowed use of apps for better multitasking on Android tablets.
Multi-tasking on small devices can be a pain, but Paranoid Android aims to change all that with its new approach to multi-tasking which it has shown off in a new video.
About two weeks ago, we learned that Samsung has pushed back the Android 4.1.2 upgrade for the Galaxy Note 2. It looks like the wait is about to be over this week.
Imagine a world where Samsung and LG made nearly identical devices. Weird, right? Think of your Android world without manufacturer skins on the device. What would life be like without HTC Sense? What if carriers didn’t add bloatware? If everything was pure Android, would you still be interested? Let’s ponder a world where all Android devices were the same OS; no skins, no bloatware, no fun?
Samsung Canada announced the Jelly Bean update for the Galaxy Note II will be released within the next week.
Following news of AT&T’s multi-window software upgrade rollout for users of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, U.S. Cellular has gone and done the same thing with the release of its very own “Android 4.1.4″ software update.
It appears that AT&T has fulfilled its promise of rolling out the multi-window software update to users of the Galaxy Note 2 as earlier reported. This small update is now available for download over the air.
In case you happen to own an AT&T Galaxy Note 2 then we have some good news for you coming straight from your favorite – or not so favorite but you’re stuck with it anyway – carrier.