The theme of the split screen feature has already been approached a few times recently. While some brands such as Samsung and LG, have already incorporated this feature in their skins, Google is still working on this feature in order to incorporate it into the Android software.
According to some Android Geeks information, the split screen feature will come in June with the launch of the new version Android 6.1 Marshmallow. This information may well be true, however the date for the release of this new feature, seems a bit late in the software release cycle. But Google is not known for staying true to the major release cycle, since Android 5.1 was released in March and the year before, the KitKat version received a minor update in June.
It’s been argued for years that Google isn’t taking the tablet market seriously with its Android operating system. Many application developers no longer create versions optimized for larger screens, because the tablet operating system doesn’t offer or add anything to the smartphone software. ith the Pixel C’s impressive hardware, the pain of not having multitasking windows is even more obvious.
Hopefully with the launch of theAndroid 6.1 and its new feature, this reality begins to change.