Comment: the Multitasking the iPad should borrow from Mac, d’t re-invent the wheel

There is an interesting ccept, the last week, exploring possible improvements to the multitasking the iPad.

The argument advanced by Ryan Christoffel was that the multitasking features of the iPad, the lack of detecti, and are unnecessarily difficult to use, even ce you know how they work.

I think he was quite right, and I like the ctext menu idea. However, I also think that we should not necessarily reinvent the wheel when it comes to a multitasking user interface…

Christophe said:

I think it is quite correct. I doubt that the average n-geek iPad owner even knows that the Split View and Drag it to exist. Or, if they do, they have probably discovered by accident, and has struggled to take out the modes.

I love the functiality enabled by the iPad’s multitasking, but the current system is unnecessarily complex […]

The current multitasking system is to drag the applicati ics, far away from their locati in the dock, the Home screen or in the Search, and dropping them to different locatis the screen to enter Split mode or Drag the modes. This system can be effective ce you’ve mastered it, but the vast majority of users of the iPad will never do.

I think he was quite right, and I like the ctext menu idea. However, I also think that we should not necessarily reinvent the wheel when it comes to a multitasking user interface…

The gestures are faster, and while completely n-intuitive, they are easy to remember ce you’re used to them, I would not like to take away. They can effectively be the power user of the opti: the iPad equivalent of keyboard shortcuts.

I love the functiality enabled by the iPad’s multitasking, but the current system is unnecessarily complex […]

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