Yes the M1 iPad Pro has a bunch of power, but it also has some major limitations enforced by iPadOS. The biggest oversight is the lack of a decent second screen experience for those that want to use their iPad Pro at a desk with a 2nd monitor.

Here is where ShiftScreen 4 comes into play as it tries to show us how much the iPad Pro can do with a second monitory. While I’ve tried this a few times before, it never clicked but Patrick Rambles video on it recently made me look again.

Should You Purchase Shiftscreen?

If you use a lot of web apps, then the browser in Shiftscreen is useful. If you want full native 2nd screen support for iPadOS, this isn’t the app you’re looking for.


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