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Using Tweetings with the Browser
I use Twitter a lot and find it a useful tool for researching breaking news. This news is often given with web links to more information, and this is where multi-view is very useful.
I open the browser in the left half of the screen and Tweetings on the right. This lets me swipe down the Twitter timeline in Tweetings. When I hit a news item of interest I tap the link in the tweet.
This opens up in the browser on the left without leaving Tweetings. If the article in the browser is indeed interesting, I simply slide the border in the middle of the two apps to make the browser window bigger. I can slide the border at will, returning to an equally split screen when I return to Tweetings.
Adjustable multi-view windows
As mentioned in the previous slide, the multi-view windows are adjustable by simply sliding the border between the two apps. In this photo the browser window on the left is bigger to better see the article. It can be moved back to the middle when returning to Twitter in the Tweetings app as displayed.
Using Gmail and the Browser in multi-view
Like many folks, I get a lot of Gmail throughout the day. Many messages include web links to other information, and this is where multi-view comes in handy.
I run Gmail in the left pane and the browser on the right. Whenever I tap a link in an email it opens the page up in the browser without leaving Gmail. It saves a lot of time over a day having both apps open at the same time.