Samsung Adding Windowed Interface Capabilities To Galaxy Note 10.1 Android Tablet
The new update supports full-screen view, "dual view," and "cadcade view." Samsung touched up its TouchWiz interface with support for the multi-windows framework, and while there are only 18 multi-window apps at the moment, that list will almost certainly increase over time. In fact, this kind of special sauce could give Android tablets a leg up over the forthcoming Windows-based swarm, not to mention Apple's iPad. It also makes a case for a device that many view as antiquated: the stylus. By having a stylus around, it makes navigating through multiple apps a bit simpler, and it adds efficiencies in order to make you more productive on a tablet.
Any Note 10.1 owners taking advantage of the new software? Let us know in comments!