The 2015 Samsung’s flagship phablet device has been released a few months ago, they call it the Samsung Galaxy Note 5. It sports more powerful Exynos 7240 Quad core processors with 4GB of RAM that can help you work and play harder. However, the size of the display remains same as its predecessor, 5.7 inches with Quad HD resolution.
With its impressive hardware specs and huge display, multi-tasking can be done effortlessly, especially the Note 5 has been equipped with the Multi Window feature, which allows us to open multiple apps simultaneously on the same screen.
Unfortunately, we can only use the Multi Window feature in certain apps that have been chosen by Samsung, in other words, we cannot add more apps to the Galaxy Note 5 Multi Window. There are some reasons why Samsung limits the apps that are able to run in Muti Window, possibly because not all Android apps can work properly in this feature and could lead into unstable systems.
However, if you still want to try to add more apps to Multi Window on the Galaxy Note 5, you can try a powerful app called MW-Pen App Enabler. Although it’s titled pen enabler, but the app also has an option to Enable Multi Window when you purchase a pro key. It even works without root, so if you do not have root access for any reason, this app match for you.
If you already have root privileges on the device, you can try the root version app from the same developer, it’s named MultiWindow Commander, it has simple and easy interface, not only that the app also offered at a lower price than the non-root version.