The split-screen feature first appeared in Android 7 Nougat in 2016. However, it debuted for the first time in smartphones on the Samsung Galaxy Note2 with Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean back in 2012. While this feature is not provided on the iPhone, it is available on the iPad. The question arises: Is this feature really necessary on smartphones with relatively small screens, where users may not be able to fully interact with two apps, or is it better suited for foldable devices and tablets? We want to hear from you – vote and share your thoughts in the comments. Do you use the split screen feature on your smartphone?