Split-screen mode provides added safety and convenience by letting you run another app in parallel. For example, you can let Ultimate Driving Mode handle your calls and messages without disrupting navigation in Google Maps.
Split-screen mode requires Android 7 (Nougat). It will be triggered automatically when you use a navigation command or press your phone's home or recent apps button. It can be turned off at any time in the Miscellaneous section of the settings.
Once your phone has entered split-screen mode, Ultimate Driving Mode will be displayed on one-half of the screen. On the other half, you can choose an app from your recent apps list, or press your home button and choose an app from the launcher. The other app will run side by side with Ultimate Driving Mode.
On some Android devices, you can resize the displayed apps by holding down your finger on the divider and dragging it.