Split Screen Swipe up gesture is one of the new and experimental features of Android 7.0 Nougat. This feature makes multi-tasking even more capable on Android tablets and smartphones. As you may know, this is not a new feature. Samsung Galaxy smartphones already has this feature built-in and it was on Android tablets running on Android Marshmallow.

In this guide, we show you how to enable Split Screen Swipe up gesture on Android 7.0 Nougat. This feature is disabled by default and can be enabled on both tablets and handsets, so you can have a better multi-tasking.

Split Screen Swipe up gesture is hidden under the System UI Tuner settings. If you want to use two apps at the same time more often on your phone, then, here is how to enable it. By enabling this feature, you only need to just swipe-up on the Recents button to bring up split screen view.

How to Enable Split Screen Swipe-Up Gesture on Nougat

1. Go to Settings, scroll down and tap on System UI Tuner.


2. Select ‘Other’ from the options and turn on ‘Enable split-screen swipe-up gesture’ toggle.

You are now ready to use multi-tasking on your Android phone. Enjoy!