Google's Pixel C convertible was a stark reminder that Android still doesn't have the productivity chops of other platforms like Chrome OS and Windows, despite packing in a decent keyboard and solid hardware. But in a Reddit conversation yesterday, an engineer noted that the company is working on filling Android's gaps. "We're working hard on a range of enhancements for Android in this form-factor," said Glen Murphy, user experience director of Android and Chrome. "There are many things, like multi-window, that we've been spending a lot of time on -- hopefully we can share more about this soon." Samsung and Microsoft have been offering true tablet multi-tasking with split screen for years, and it's something Apple even brought over to iOS 9. So, really, it's pretty surprising that Google hasn't brought it to Android yet.