How to Split Screen on iPad? [Experts Guide]

How to Split Screen on iPad

How to Split Screen on iPad? Apple includes many multitasking features in iPadOS that allow you to work with multiple apps on your iPad at the same time. This enables programmes that support multitasking to be utilised in a variety of ways. This article examines Split View, which displays two apps side by side in a split-screen format. Please see our separate Slide Over how-to instruction by clicking the link. We’ve also included a link at the bottom of this story.

Recent iPadOS feature enhancements make multitasking on the iPad easier than ever before, thanks in large part to a new Multitasking menu that shows as three dots positioned centrally at the top of the screen when an app is open. When you tap the three dots, you’ll get the following options: Fullscreen, Split View, and Slide Over.

With only one app open, fullscreen is the default viewing mode. Split View, on the other hand, is when two apps appear on the screen side by side, and you can resize the apps by sliding the divider that appears between them. Then there’s Slide Over, which allows you to overlay one programme on top of another in a smaller floating window that you can move to the left or right side of the screen. Let’s have a look at Split View in action.

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How to Split Screen on iPad

  1. On your iPad, launch an app.
  2. To see three alternatives, tap the Multitasking button (three dots) in the centre of the screen.
  3. Tap the Split View button (the second option), which is represented by a frame that is equally divided in two.
  4. The current app will be pushed to the side to expose the Home screen. Tap another application on the Home screen or in the Dock to view it on the opposite half of the screen. The second app will show alongside the existing app.

How to Use the Dock to Invoke Split View

  1. On your iPad, launch an app.
  2. Swipe one finger up from the screen’s bottom edge until the Dock displays, then release.
  3. Tap and hold another programme in the Dock, then move it up to the screen’s left or right edge. The second app will show alongside the existing app.

Adjust Split View on iPad

  1. Drag the app divider to the left or right to change the amount of screen real estate handed up to either app in Split View.
  2. To convert a Split View app to a Slide Over app, first hit the Multitasking button (three dots) at the top of the app, then tap the Slide Over button (the partially filled frame). Touch and hold the Multitasking button instead, then drag the app onto the other app.

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