Sometimes there are too many applications installed on our mobile. However, it is possible that each and every one of them is necessary and we give them frequent use. Also, now it is no longer necessary to finish a task to move on to another, or to stop using an app if we want to watch a video in the meantime. For this reason, Motorola mobiles allow you to activate a function to be able to use two applications at the same time.
The screens of our mobiles have grown to such an extent that exceeding six inches is considered a standard size. But on many occasions, this large size can be used to be more productive and do two things at the same time. Most users switch from one application to another without knowing that they can have both open at the same time.
The possibilities of the multi-window
Watching a YouTube video while we are writing an email, or following a WhatsApp conversation while our site is open are just some of the examples when we can run two applications at the same time on our Motorola. In order to do this, we will have to enter multitasking first, by clicking on the “square” of our virtual buttons. Once done we will see all the applications open at this time on our device.
How to activate on Motorola
In order to open two applications at the same time on the screen, we will have to press and hold one of the multitasking apps, which is active at the moment. Once done, we will drag it to the top of the screen, right up to the “drag here” message. Once done we will see how the screen will be divided with a black line leaving only the app that we have dragged active.
At the bottom we can also choose an app from the active app carousel, the one with which we want to switch the multi-window. Now we can have both apps open at the same time. In addition and depending on the nature of the app or how we are more comfortable, we can put the mobile horizontally and the multi-window will adapt to that new position.
To return to normal mode
Exiting two-app mode at the same time is just as easy. We just have to drag the black line that separates both apps to the top or bottom of the screen. Go to one side or the other to be determined depending on which app we want to keep running in the foreground.