iPad: One of the big appeals of split-screen multi-tasking on the iPad was the ability to write and browse the internet at the same time. However, apps have to get updated to support the feature. Google's finally rolled out updates for Docs, Slides and Sheets to do just that. All three apps get bot Split View and Slide Over support. Slide Over allows you to briefly access another app by dragging from the side of the display. Split View lets you run two apps side-by-side, which is a pretty appealing feature in office suites. It's a simple update, but super useful for iPad users.
Google Docs, Slides And Sheets Now Support Split Screen On iPad
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