With Android Q, the Google team continues to work on expanding this operating system beyond the traditional form factors for smartphones, tablets, smart watches, and TVs. This is why Google’s request to developers to work in the direction where their apps to support desktops and monitors.
In Android Q, Google is adding native support for a “desktop mode”, a feature that the Mountain View giant did not talk about at the Google I/O 2019 keynote. But only during a session dedicated to creating applications for folding displays (“Build App for Foldable, Multi-Display and Large-Screen Devices”).
Among the features of this Desktop Mode, we find the possibility of use while another app is active, the ability to move the keyboard between the main display and the secondary display, the separation of the backgrounds between the various screens.
Check out the video below of the session dedicated to this new way of Android Q.