Samsung has actually worked hard to introduce a number of features with its foldables that make utilizing these new form-factors much better and easier. One of those is the Galaxy Z Fold 4’s Pop-Up View feature (and other Samsung devices). In essence, this enables you to run apps in tiny windows rather than full-screen on the 7.6-inch display. Similar to multi-window, but with greater window control.

Strangely, this isn’t turned on by default. As a result, we’ll demonstrate how to use Pop-Up View on the Galaxy Z Fold 4 as well as how to enable it in this tutorial.

HOW TO MAKE THE SAMSUNG GALAXY Z FOLD 4 WORK WITH POP-UP VIEW We must first turn on Pop-Up View. Go to Settings to accomplish this.

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Tap on Labs next.
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You will now see a number of alternatives, one of which is a Swipe for pop-up view near the bottom. Click that switch.
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MANUAL FOR THE SAMSUNG GALAXY Z FOLD 4’S POP-UP VIEW It’s really simple to use Pop-Up View now that you’ve enabled it on your Galaxy Z Fold 4.

All you have to do to resize the app into the window size you desire is swipe down diagonally from the corner of the screen.
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You will notice a line across the top of the window once you are in Pop-Up View. You’ll receive a couple more options when you tap on that, including the ability to minimize, maximize, or completely close the window. As though you were using a desktop, exactly.

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Advertisement The Pop-Up View applications will appear in the corner when you swipe up to return home as usual; tap on them to reopen them. This makes multitasking on the Galaxy Z Fold 4 really simple.

And with the Galaxy Z Fold 4, that is essentially all there is to Pop-Up View. You can use this awesome multitasking ability to make greater use of this larger monitor.

Important to note: Pop-Up View does not support Instagram. Which is hardly surprising given how poorly the software performs on the Galaxy Z Fold 4’s main display.



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