Two page sample
Some apps naturally tend to a book-like paging experience. You can use the natural boundary to show several items from a collection—like pages or pictures—which otherwise might have required the user to view one at a time.
Depending on your app, you could decide to paginate per 2 pages or advance one page at a time.
Leveraging the skeuomorphic metaphor of a book to showcase one page on each screen can make your app more conducive to reading.
Types of apps that may benefit from this pattern
- Document oriented app.
- Apps with contents that are paginated.
- Apps made for reading.
- Apps with an itemized canvas; for example, notes, art boards, etc.
For more info see the two page section of Introduction to dual-screen devices.
Get the two page sample on GitHub:
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