Tag Archive: SidebySide

How to Split Screen on iPad to Run Two Apps Side-by-Side

All modern iPad models have the ability to use Split Screen mode, allowing you to have two apps open at once, side-by-side. Using Split Screen on iPad is fairly easy once you learn how it works, but it’s also not necessarily discoverable or intuitive, so if you haven’t learned how to use the multitasking feature … Read More

How to See Two Pages of a Pages Document Open Side-by-Side on iPad

If you want to see multiple pages of a Pages app document open at the same time on iPad, you can use the “Two Pages” view to place a multipage document into a side-by-side view, sort of like a split screen mode but for viewing the same document. This allows you to see two pages … Read More

How to Find & Compare File Differences Side-By-Side with BBEdit for Mac

Need to compare two files side-by-side for differences? BBEdit for Mac makes finding and identifying file differences extremely easy with any compatible text format. This is a great solution for developers, programmers, writers, or anyone else who works with code, scripts, or plain text documents frequently and wants an easy way to check for differences … Read More

How to Use Safari Split View on iPad for Side-by-Side Web Browsing

You can view Safari tabs side-by-side on the iPad, allowing you to view two webpages at the same time on the same screen. This is a great power user feature and is similar to the general Split View ability for iPad which allows you to view two apps alongside one another, except it’s specific to … Read More

Sexy new renders show the iPad Pro and 12-inch MacBook Air side-by-side

Photo: Martin Hajek Photo: Martin Hajek The Apple Watch might be Cupertino’s most hotly anticipated product, but for my money, the two releases I’m most excited about this year are the 12-inch MacBook Air and the 12-inch iPad Pro. Outside…Read more ›

Side-by-side: The iPhone 6 vs. the Samsung Galaxy Alpha

Like most of Samsung’s products, the upcoming Galaxy Alpha is already getting a lot of flack amongst Apple fans for being a ripoff of Apple’s upcoming iPhone 6. Armed with his super-realistic 3-D render of what we believe the next…Read more ›

Side-by-side comparison of gaming performance on iPhone 4s vs. iPhone 5c

Ever wonder how badly graphics and gaming performance gets compromised in the hottest apps on older hardware? As it turns out, not very badly at all. Maybe that’s why iOS has become a major gaming platform. One of the ways…Read more ›

iOS 7 vs iOS 6 Side-by-Side Visual Comparisons

iOS 7 logo iOS 7 brings a significant user interface overhaul to Apple’s mobile devices, and though it’s best to be experienced and used first hand, screen shots can do a fair job of demonstrating the differences. If you’re not a developer and can’t use the beta releases yourself, then comparing iOS 7 to iOS 6 side-by-side can give an appreciation for the changes ahead, so we rounded up a few  [Read More…]

Devs Work to Provide Side-by-Side Apps on Apple TV

The popular iOS developer Steven Troughton-Smith has been working with another developer named TheMudKip to add iOS application functionality to the Apple TV. As of right now, the tweak is still in its early stages but the concept of running apps has been proven. To accomplish the task of running iOS applications on the Apple TV, the developers re-wrote the software that powers the app launcher, otherwise known as the iOS Springboard. Re-writing the code  [Read More…]

Windows 8 Tablet and iPad Running iOS 5 Side-by-Side Comparison [Video]

www.youtube.com/watch?v=ntSdfGzF60M The above video, by Winrumors, showcases a Windows 8 tablet running alongside an iPad on iOS 5. Microsoft unveiled Windows 8 to developers at its BUILD conferenceearlierthis week. Alongside the software, the Redmond giant also announced a series of tablets running Windows 8, one of which is featured next to the iPad in the above video. This video serves as a quick demonstration of several compared scenarioson the two platforms. More in-depthwalkthroughswill likely be posted as Windows 8 matures  [Read More…]