This is exactly what the following video conceptualizes on: a world where stock Android has multi-window built-in the stock system and perfected. It is all supposed to work by splitting the screen in two and stacking up apps in both the top and bottom parts. Then, you should be able to easily switch between apps in the top and bottom parts with a two-finger swipe.
It’s all a concept, of course, a vision of a graphic design student with no technical background. Can it be implemented? Probably, but there are obviously technical limitations that have to be overcome. What we are curious to learn is your opinion on this: would you like multiwindow functionality baked in Android? It probably won’t make a lot of sense for smartphones, but what about tablets? Can the platform one day use this concept to go into even more desktop and laptop computers?
source: Alvarobiorgos via Reddit