Android P is now official and available in beta for different smartphones. With the arrival of the second Developer Preview, the operating system has been further improved, also introducing several innovations from a graphical point of view. One of these relates to the split-screen (multi-window mode), already available from Android 7.0 Nougat, which allows displaying two apps simultaneously.
Thanks to the new multitasking interface, just tap on the icon that appears above each in the multitasking interface and selecting the new and descriptively named “Split screen” option. Once done, the chosen app jumps up to the top of your screen, giving you the chance to select the app to appear just below it.
The operation seems to be certainly simpler and more intuitive than what has been tested up to now, perfectly matching the other innovations implemented in the last beta of the OS.