One of the biggest highlights of Galaxy S9 is its tall and skinny screen. Unfortunately, some apps don’t use the full screen thus leaving black bars on the top and the bottom which is quite annoying for users. Even the apps like Snapchat and Clash Royale fails to utilize the full-screen on Galaxy S9+. Therefore, we decided to write a guide on How to Enable Full Screen Apps on Galaxy S9. The modern 18:9 aspect ratio doesn’t work as it should with some apps. So, you have to force them into full screen mode. Once such apps are forced into full-screen mode, the black bars on the top and the bottom will disappear.
To see your favorite apps in full screen mode on Galaxy S9/S9+ follow the below guide.
How to Enable Full Screen Apps on Galaxy S9/S9+
- Launch Settings on your Galaxy S9.
- Then go to
- In the display settings, scroll down and tap on Full Screen Apps.
- Here enable any app which isn’t highlighted.
That’s it! This is how to enable full screen apps on Galaxy S9.
Don’t forget to check: How to Force Permanent Immersive Mode on Galaxy S9/S9+