How To Open Two Chrome Tabs In Multi Windows On Android

[Simple Steps For Easy Multitasking]

For quite some time now, Android and Apple users alike have been begging both companies to give them the ability to run multiple tabs side by side on their smartphones.

However, up until now, screen size and resource restrictions forced the companies to ignore their demands, forcing them to switch between tabs like they’re always done.

But now that we have entered the era of electronics where smartphones are equally powerful to computers, it seems the users are finally getting their wishes.

We of course mean the announcement that iOS 10 will be giving Multi Window Support For iPads, at the same time when Android Nougat will provide the same support on their Chrome Browser.

While iOS 10 is still not here, you can still make do with Chrome. To use this feature, follow these steps:

  1. Update Google Chrome to the latest version.
  2. Run the app and open all the tabs you want.
  3. Press and hold the “Overview/Recents” Button located at the right of the navigation bar.
  4. The screen will split into two.
  5. Select the tab you want to put into the bottom screen.
  6. Press the “Three Dot” Menu Icon in the top right corner.
  7. Select the “Move To Other Window” option.
  8. The tab will move to the bottom screen while the rest remain on the top.

With these simple steps, you will be able to easily use the Multi Window feature in Chrome browser on Android. Happy Browsing.

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Posted on : 01 Sep 2016 @ 23:13

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