Microsoft now allows Android and Windows apps to split screens together on Windows 10 devices. This test feature is based on your Phone screen image and is now available to Windows Insider members.
With the Your Phone app, Microsoft can open an app with a list of Android apps and a click. When opened, it runs in a separate window outside of your Phone, mirroring the screen on the phone side.
The new feature also allows Windows 10 users to use the Alt-Tab shortcut for multitasking like traditional desktop apps, and you can even pin these Android apps to the Windows 10 taskbar or start menu.
Microsoft announced at its Unpacked launch yesterday that it is currently only available for the Galaxy Note 20 series, but Microsoft says the feature will be available to other devices in the future. Also, not all Android apps can dock seamlessly with your Phone. Microsoft warns that some applications may block the ability to project to other screens, with black screens, keyboard and mouse unresponsiveness, and so on.