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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.
Pure social networking with Facebook and Tweetings
Social butterflies will find this method of following both Facebook and Twitter updates. With Facebook running side-by-side with Tweetings, both social networks can be followed at the same time.
Never miss another twitter update while looking to see what's new on Facebook.
Using gReader Pro and the browser in multi-view
As mentioned in an earlier slide, gReader Pro is my preferred method to follow lots of Google Reader RSS feeds. This is accomplished by scrolling down a long list of news items, tapping items of interest for more detail.
Once I scan an article synopsis, those of particular interest get sent to the browser on the right to read the entire article. Having both apps open together prevents gReader Pro from closing every time I check out an article.
When an article is open in the browser, I drag the border to make the browser window bigger. Once done I drag it back to the middle and instantly return back to gReader Pro.