How To Create Multiple Windows on Your Phone With Split-Screen Creator

If you had ever wanted to to run multiple windows or apps on the same screen on your Android device but unable to do so maybe because your phone doesn't come with such features, this post is for you. I will show you how to split your phones screen to run two apps (creating windows) on same screen interface. Take for instance, you are reading this post on my blog and you will be typing on whatsapp or watching videos at the same time on the same screen without leaving this blog. Interesting right? There is an app that allow lets you achieve this. Continue reading.
Split-Screen Creator
Split-screen creator is an app that allows Android users to launch two apps in split-window mode automatically, instead of having to manually open one app, launch split-window mode and select a second app. In other words, Split-Screen allows you create multiple windows on your Android device just as it's in Samsung Galaxy S8 and Gionee M6.

Now, there a few drawbacks to this app. When you launch this app, the launcher icon is still visible. To remove this, you need to upgrade to the pro version. Also, Split-Screen Creator does its job by creating widgets, and there is also a widget to take you to the settings screen where you can hide it if you wish. To get started, you will need to add a widget on an open space in the Home screen. This will open a screen where you select the apps you want to make shortcuts for. Here you will find that if an app does not support it, Split-Screen Creator will not be able to create a shortcut for it. Thus, you need to have apps that support the multi-window function before you can create a split screen.

✔️ Split-Screen Creator makes a shortcut to instantly launch two apps in multi-window mode" - Android Police
✔️ "Split-Screen Creator brings the Galaxy Note 8’s ‘App Pair’ feature to any Android phone" - 9to5Google
✔️ "Quick Launch Apps In Multi-Window With Split-Screen Creator" - These arr quotes from Android Headlines

- Create unlimited shortcuts to automatically launch two apps in split-screen mode;
- Launch the same app in two different windows.
- Supports other app shortcuts;
- Icon pack support;
- Hide icon from home launcher;
Android Split screen
Even then, the app is quite simple to use. Reportedly, you can even use the app to launch a multi-window mode shortcut for app and system shortcuts. Therefore, if you want to create a split-screen setup of launching the Chrome app, for example, and a shortcut that takes you to a specific setting on your phone, you can make it happen.


There’s another caveat. This app only works on supported launchers. However, it is unclear which launchers it supports, so you will have to find out if your launcher supports it. Remember this app will need Android Nougat installed in order to run


The app is available on Google Play Store. Or just download Split-Screen Creator here.
Is your phone compatible with it? ref


  1. Oga the say my phone is not comp

  2. Replies
    1. Could you please come up with an interpretation to this comment of yours.

  3. Thanks for updating us with this first hand information.

  4. I was truly happy upon seeing this article but along the line i lost interest in it and I'm gonna say why.

    Android split screen is a feature that's available in phones running Android Nougat and the developers of this app should have made it compatible with any Android OS other than Nougat.

  5. Most of us here are still using phones running Android 5 and 6 and this app would have made real sense if compatibility issue wasn't there.

    Anyways, thanks for sharing this information with us here.

  6. Nougat ke, I am not reading again.

    1. That was the same Nougat compatibility issue that turned me off from downloading the app.

  7. Here I was, thinking of the thinggs me and the app is gonna make happen

  8. wizy is there any phone running on android os 10.0?