Multi-window support coming to Android
Google Pixel C is an interesting tablet and, thanks to the optional keyboard dock, it ends up as a powerful and versatile device that, unfortunately, seems to have a major flaw for now. That flaw has nothing to do with its hardware, but its software, as most reviews of the device ended up with the conclusion that Google Pixel C is a great piece of hardware that comes loaded with an operating system that cannot take full advantage of that.
According to Google, the Pixel C will get monthly software updates. In time, new features should be added to this slate, although most of these monthly Android updates only bring minor changes. One of the key features that Google Pixel C needs to gain is multi-window support and, according to the team behind it, they are working on that. Unfortunately, it may only arrive with Android N - the next major iteration of Google's mobile operating system.
While pure Android only allows users to view one app at a time, third parties already offer multi-window capabilities. Since the first preview build of Android 6.0 Marshmallow contained a hidden experimental feature allowing multiple apps on the screen at once, there is hope to see multi-window mode on Pixel C before Android 7.0 kicks in. However, nothing is official yet, but before multi-window support, Pixel C will probably get a few other interesting features, like the ability to detect "OK Google" when the screen is turned off or USB C to DisplayPort adapter support.