Android is the newest operating system on the market, and its popularity is growing at an alarming rate.
The latest version of the operating system has already surpassed 1.5 billion downloads, and now it’s gaining more popularity with people who are willing to pay for premium features.
Android is so popular that it’s being ported to smartphones, tablets, and even laptops, which means the operating systems can be installed on your PC, Mac, or even your phone.
With Android now making it into so many hands, the question is whether or not it’s really worth it.
While the new Android version is a little more polished than the previous version, the overall experience is still fairly similar to Android 4.4.2.
The main differences between Android 4, 4.1, and 4.2 are the fact that Android 4 now includes support for Google’s new camera feature called “Near Field Communication,” and Google has also released a version of Android that has a new default launcher that’s based on the Google Play Store.
Android 4 is also the first version of a new version to include a new feature called Multi Window.
With Multi Window, you can have multiple applications open at the same time.
For example, you could have two Android apps open in the same window, and another app open in another window, which could be useful for working on the web.
But, as the name suggests, Multi Window is a way to split up the screen to create a single workspace.
You can switch between different windows easily by clicking on the left-most window button on the bottom-left corner of the screen, and then dragging it to the right or left.
You have to open multiple windows in order to see them all, but if you drag them across the screen the other way, they appear on the right side of the window.
Multi Window was first introduced in Android 4 in the form of an alternative launcher, but it didn’t have much of an impact.
In Android 4 for the Nexus 7, Android 4 Multi Window included the ability to add apps to the main app menu.
But Multi Window on Android 4 was a bit of a hassle.
When you added a new app, the first time it appeared in the main menu, you had to click the icon twice to open the app.
You had to drag the app to the top of the menu to open it, and you had a limited amount of space for the app before you could drag it out of the app menu, so you had some problems with the app not appearing.
Google didn’t provide a way for developers to disable Multi Window in Android 2.3, so developers had to build their own.
Android 2, which is Android 4’s predecessor, does include a way of enabling Multi Window for a number of apps.
This is a feature that is still used in some apps on the Nexus 9, and it’s very useful when you want to have multiple apps open at once.
For instance, when you use a Google search app, you might want to open a search in one window while you’re browsing the web, and the web search in another.
Google added this feature in Android 3.4, which was released in March 2015.
So, when Multi Window first appeared in Android 1.4 and was introduced in version 4, Google was able to add Multi Window support to a number, but not all of them.
This feature is one of the major differences between the new and old versions of Android.
You’ll notice that the new version doesn’t have a separate menu option that enables Multi Window by default.
This isn’t a huge deal, because it’s easy to disable.
You just need to double-click on the app in the menu and select “Disable Multi Window.”
This menu option is available in the new system, so if you don’t want to add a menu option to the app, just drag the “Disable” icon from the menu bar to the “Show” button.
When this menu option appears, you’ll have to click it to enable Multi Window again.
Android’s multitasking feature is also pretty good in Android 6, but the multitasking is somewhat lacking in Android 5.4 because Google has removed the ability for apps to send text messages or photos between each other.
This means that if you want your notifications to appear when someone contacts you, you have to do a little bit of extra work to ensure that the notifications appear in the right order.
Google also removed the feature of multi-window apps, but that’s mostly because Google changed its behavior to allow apps to show up in a different tab if you’re in a web browser.
For a web app, Google would load the web page in a new tab so that you don’t have to worry about the browser’s tabs getting stuck.
When it comes to the Google search feature, Google added Multi Window to Android 5 and later, but Android 6 removed it entirely