With iPadOS 15, the tablet experience is getting a big boost.
Microsoft has updated its Office for iPhone and iPad productivity suite with a few new nice-to-haves. For instance, you can now take advantage of side-by-side multitasking in Excel. Also, Word now supports richer mouse and trackpad interactions on your Magic Keyboard.
After recently completing the months-long rollout of Dark Mode in Gmail's iPhone and iPad app, Google has at long last gotten around implementing support for Split View multitasking.
Keeping true to its promise, Microsoft yesterday updated its Word and PowerPoint productivity apps on the App Store with the ability to open two documents in a side-by-side view on iPad via Split View multitasking support. The Excel app did not pick up Split View support at post time, however. Microsoft has also acknowledged that it's working on implementing iPadOS trackpad support for the Office suite, but don't expect to be taking advantage of it before the fall.
Shazam, the Apple-owned song identification service that's built into Siri, today pushed an update to its App Store app bringing support for side-by-side multitasking.
Microsoft today pushed an update to the native Outlook app for iPhone and iPad which brings support for iOS's side-by-side Split View multitasking mode on iPad. This makes you more productive by making it easy to open multiple emails at once on your Apple tablet.
If you own an iPad, then you know all about Split View. This handy multitasking feature lets you put two apps side-by-side on the same screen. For new Mac users, this feature is also available on macOS. It’s super easy to invoke and exit and makes working on your Mac more efficient.
Here’s how to use Split View, or split screen, on your MacBook.
Ahead of Marzipan's debut at WWDC 2019 on June 3, interesting new details just surfaced regarding some of the planned capabilities for Apple's upcoming software framework that promises to help developers write cross-platform apps which run across iPhone, iPad and Mac.
Split View and Slide Over are great multitasking features for iPad. You can work with two apps simultaneously and quickly access an app that you need while working with another. But, if these are features you never use or find that you are accidentally invoking them and want to stop, you can simply turn them off.
Here’s how to disable Split View and Slide Over on iPad.
A great feature of any browser, whether mobile or desktop, is the ability to use many tabs at once. You can open various sites in different tabs and flip between them. But if there was an even easier way to work with more than one site at a time?
This is where Split Web Browser comes in to help. This handy browser for iPhone and iPad lets you view those different websites on a single screen that’s split to accommodate each one. So, here’s how to browse multiple sites at once on your iPhone or iPad with Split Web Browser.
The renewed bashing continues as Samsung of South Korea on Thursday released three new anti-iPhone ads, part of its current “Ingenius” ad campaign, which poke fun of that infamous iPhone X notch while ridiculing the handset's lack of an SD card slot and split-screen multitasking.
With macOS High Sierra came some great improvements for the Photos app, Siri, and Safari. Additional enhancements specifically for the Mail app included compressed storage, Top Hits during searches, and our topic for this tutorial, full-screen split view.