With the new split-screen view feature in iOS 9, the iPad has become a great productivity tool. Here’s how to enable the multi-tasking features in iPad.
AppsBar gives you a quick launch bar for all your recently closed apps on a Mac. It displays your recently closed apps at the top of the screen, uses very few resources and does not engage the discrete GPU, so you won’t have to worry about it slowing down your computer.
If you are looking to improve the multitasking capability in Android, then you might be interested in Swapps for a better multitasking experience in Android.
If you’re a fan of the multitasking feature in iOS, you can now have it on your Mac OS X desktop as well. TaskBoard brings iOS style multitasking to the desktop. You can use it to see all of your running applications, and switch between them with a single click.
One of the best feature that I love in Android is the ability to multi-task. Surfing the Web and remember that you need to send an email? Simply switch to the Email app, send your email and return to the browser to continue your surfing. Came across an excellent article in Google Reader and wanted […]
iOS 4.2 for iPad is finally here, after much awaiting by most iPad owners. But you may be wondering, how do I install it, and what’s different? Well fear not my techie friends, as MakeTechEasier is here to walk you through the process! While installation is simple, its not blatantly obvious how to use some […]