How to Use Galaxy Note 8 App Pairing and What is it

This is how you can use the new Galaxy Note 8 app pairing feature in the phone. Want to increase your productivity? Learn how to use App Pairing on Samsung Galaxy Note 8. The newest addition to the Note family is the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. Supporting a beautiful design and a variety of new and improved features, the Note 8 has been the talk of town since its release. The most distinctive feature of the Note 8, is its split screen view.

Split Screen View is a unique feature introduced in the Galaxy Note 8. This utility is especially useful for multitasking and managing things during daily routines. Samsung introduces a utility known as App Pairing, can be used to make full use of the split screen view advantages. This feature has so many amazing perks for the user of today. As much as the need for this feature could have been introduced sooner, we are all still glad that its finally available in the new Note 8.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Dual Apps Multi View

The process of switching between multiple applications has been a tiresome task for all smartphone users. The solution is finally here in the form of the App Pairing feature that not only helps easily switch between numerous active apps but also allows you to pre-select a couple of apps that can easily be launched in split screen view. These pairs of applications can easily be accessed by their shortcuts in the Apps Edge.

How to Setup App Pairing on Galaxy Note 8:

All of that being said, let’s move to the step by step guide on how to use App Pairing in Galaxy Note 8. You can follow the steps explained below:

Step 1 – Firstly, we need to set up a shortcut. To do so, drag the Apps Edge out.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Apps Edge

Step 2 – Select the “+” sign to add a shortcut.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 App Pairing

Step 3 – Select “Create App Pair” option from the upper right corner of the screen.

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Step 4 – Select the apps you want to use in Split screen view and tap on Done. This will create a new shortcut in Apps Edge.

Step 5 – Tap the new shortcut to launch both the apps in Split Screen view.

Still facing any problem? Leave a comment so we can get back to you and resolve your problem. Also we have covered a guide to locate or track lost Samsung Galaxy Note 8 in case of emergency.

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