How to Use the ASUS ZenFone 9’s App Window Mode

The Android operating system of the ASUS ZenFone 9 is excellent. The phone essentially has pure Android installed, along with a number of helpful features. For improved multitasking, one of those capabilities enables you to open apps in windows. Although not all apps are compatible, the vast majority of them are, making this a feature that can be really helpful. We’ll demonstrate how to use the ASUS ZenFone 9’s app window mode in this article.

But this is merely one of the superb features that the phone provides. Several more have already been discussed. A helpful Always-On Display (AOD) feature, a Battery Care suite, settings-integrated animation controls, and the ability to delete status bar items you don’t need are all included with the ZenFone 9. These are only a few of the functions that are available and that we have demonstrated how to use. So let’s concentrate on the app window mode, shall we? Below are comprehensive step-by-step instructions with related screenshots.

HOW TO USE THE ZENFONE 9’S APP WINDOW MODE The multitasking screen, often known as the overview screen, must be entered first. Tap the square key if you’re using on-screen buttons. Swipe up and hold (keep your finger on the screen) until the overview screen appears if you utilize navigation movements like I do. Find the program you wish to window after that; in this case, it is the Settings app. At the top, tap the icon for it.


You’ll see a pop-up window with a ton of possibilities. However, you’ll see that the window mode is not one of those choices. It doesn’t support it, thus this app doesn’t. We only wanted to show it because not all apps support it, so that’s all we did. This restriction mostly applies to a few system apps that weren’t really designed to be used in conjunction with multitasking.

Advertisement This feature is supported by the great majority of other apps. Take Opera as an illustration. Tap the symbol once more that is located above the app card at the top.

Now that the “Open as window” option has been added, the same list of choices appears. Tap it.

As you can see, the app has now been launched in window mode, allowing you to launch additional programs if you choose. You can use the app in window mode from here, and we’ll show you a lot more possibilities in the next few phases. The program will revert to full-screen mode if you tap the icon in the top-left corner.

Advertisement The app will relocate to a circular bubble and dock itself to the side of the screen, waiting to be activated once more, if you tap the icon next to it. It won’t move until you decide to open it or take it out.

It will also start to become somewhat transparent after a few seconds, and only half of it will poke out from the side. It will fully remain out of your way in this manner.

Simply tap and hold on the floating icon to move it to the ‘X’ bubble at the bottom of the screen, as seen below, if you wish to uninstall the program.

To demonstrate the remaining settings, let’s switch back to the windowed mode. The top horizontal line can also be used to reposition the window.

Of course, the app window will close if you tap the “X” in the top-right corner. That accomplishes the same goal as moving it to the “X” bubble, as we previously shown.

Advertisement The window’s size can be changed as a final option by pulling on one of its corners.
You’ve now mastered the ASUS ZenFone 9’s app window mode, so congratulations.


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