- Page 1:Introduction
- Page 2:Make Your Phone Faster
- Page 3:Improve Your Phone's Battery Life
- Page 4:Root Your Phone (Advanced Users Only)
- Page 5:Best Cases for the Galaxy S4
- Page 6:Block a Number
- Page 7:Disable AMBER Alerts
- Page 8:Turn Off Location Services
- Page 9:Toggle Between Multiple Apps
- Page 10:Make the Ringer Volume Louder
- Page 11:Use Your Phone as a TV Remote
- Page 12:Add a Widget to Your Lock Screen
- Page 13:Add Shortcuts on Your Lock Screen
- Page 14:Use Smart Scroll
- Page 15:Use Smart Gestures
- Page 16:Use the S Health App
- Page 17:Enable Air View
- Page 18:Use Dual or Animated Photo Modes
Toggle Between Multiple Apps
One of the coolest features of the Samsung Galaxy S4 is its ability to run two apps on the screen simultaneously, allowing you to multitask on your smartphone like you do on a desktop operating system like Windows or OS X. Just imagine reading your email on the right side of the screen while you surf the Web on the left, and you have Samsung’s Multi Window mode. — Daniel P. Howley
Samsung includes about a dozen Multi Window compatible apps, including email, Gmail, YouTube and the browser, and you can add social networking apps Facebook and Twitter if you have them installed. Here’s how to enable and use Multi Window mode on the Samsung Galaxy S4.
- Select the My Device tab in the settings menu.
- Select the display tab and check the box next to Multi Window.
How to add apps to Multi Window view:
- Swipe open the Multi Window drawer on the left side of the screen and select Edit at the bottom of the screen.
- To remove an app, long-press its icon and drag it out of the Multi Window drawer.
- To add an app, long-press its icon in the app tray and drag it to the Multi Window drawer.
- Tap Done and all of the apps you selected will now be available in the drawer.
To use Multi Window view:
- Slide open the Multi Window drawer and long-press and drag the first app you want to open to the home screen.
- Long-press the second app you want to open and drag it to the home screen. Both apps should now be running on the home screen at the same time.
- Make Your Phone Faster
- Improve Your Phone's Battery Life
- Root Your Phone (Advanced Users Only)
- Best Cases for the Galaxy S4
- Block a Number
- Disable AMBER Alerts
- Turn Off Location Services
- Toggle Between Multiple Apps
- Make the Ringer Volume Louder
- Use Your Phone as a TV Remote
- Add a Widget to Your Lock Screen
- Add Shortcuts on Your Lock Screen
- Use Smart Scroll
- Use Smart Gestures
- Use the S Health App
- Enable Air View
- Use Dual or Animated Photo Modes