The following method shows you how to get true multitasking with AirApps for Android. Multitasking means it enables you to run a number of apps at the same time on screen, showing you more information and letting you switch effortlessly between the apps. This is something that you want to set up on your phone if you are looking to replace your desktop.

AirApps is a new app on Play Store that gives true multitasking experience on your Android phone. This app is deceptively simple and makes multitasking easier on your phone, by giving instant access to apps, widgets, contacts, browser, file explorer and more from anywhere on the phone.



AirApps supports 12 floating apps such as Notes, Audio Recorder, Paint, Web Browser, Music Player, App launcher, Stopwatch, Video Player, Widgets, Calculator, File Explorer, and Contacts. They are all shown in small windows and staying on top of any other app.

How to use AirApps to get True Multitasking

AirApps is simple to use. Download [HERE] from Play Store and run it. Select the app (or apps) that you want for multitasking.

All windows can be moved and resized just as you do on your computer. Also, windows can be minimized to a small icon to save space.

Verdict: Though there is no limit on the amount of simultaneously running apps, in my experience, it appears that AirApps is using high CPU power, which will affect phone’s performance.

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