Now available in Paranoid Android 4.3 beta 1, Hover gives you a way to quickly interact with your notifications without leaving your current app.
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?
Paranoid Android has released the first public preview of its updated Halo 2.0 multitasking feature, which now displays the full notification rather than just text.
The new Portal beta app brings Paranoid Android style Halo multitasking to virtually every Android device, and it’s now available for download from the Google Play Store.
Rockchip has unveiled its new multi-window system functionality, which enables windowed use of apps for better multitasking on Android tablets.
The latest video of Paranoid Android, a custom Android ROM, shows off how the HALO feature copes with numerous notifications and improves multi-tasking.
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.
Android devices are meant for multitasking. Some devices, like the Galaxy Note 2, are specifically designed to launch two apps, or more, at the same time. The Google Play Store also offers a variety of multitasking apps to allow you to multitask on your device. We’ve compiled some of our favorite ones in our list of best task switchers and multitasking apps for Android. I want to add a new multitasking app that I found on Google’s toy shelves to that list. The FlipLauncher app is a multitasking app that allows you to group your favorite apps or shortcuts and…
LG steps up its mobile game with the new innovative multitasking function ‘QSlide’, featured on Optimus G, quite possibly the company’s most ambitious device on the market to date.
Though our Android mobile devices have allowed us to remove ourselves from in front of our desktops and to leave our heavy laptops behind at home, working from a mobile device just isn’t the same. It isn’t in the apps we have at our disposal but in how fast we can multitask. Say you have free time and you’d like to start on your school assignment or maybe a presentation for work. Having to switch from your browser to Evernote or other similar note-taking apps can be tiring and can slow you down. Hardcore desktop multitaskers basically have assimilated Alt+Tab…