By and large, wading your way around the web isn’t exactly an inspiring process. You open up Chrome — or whatever browser you prefer on Android — and you pull up the site you want. Right?
Okay, so sure: You can always use Android’s system-level screen-splitting setup if you want to look at two tabs side-by-side or view another app at the same time. But let’s be honest: For most common purposes, that isn’t the most effective way to get work accomplished. Unless you’re using the plus-sized screen of Google’s Pixel Fold or another expandable phone, that approach squeezes an awful lot of stuff into an awfully small space. And for productivity-oriented tasks in particular, that isn’t entirely optimal.