It’s a good thing they implemented these, or they might have been left behind by the multi-screen desktops of both Android 3.0 and the Playbook. There isn’t much to say about the video (via MacRumors), but it’s nice to see it in motion. I suppose the apps must be left-to-right in order of being opened.
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