Yes, it most certainly is. It is a known fact now that iOS supports the multitasking feature. Multitasking enables you to switch easily from one app to another at any time via a multitasking interface on an iOS device or by using a multi-finger gesture on an iPad. On iPad, you can use two programs simultaneously in slide over, split view or picture mode.
The multitasking features of the iPad enables you to look and function with two or three apps simultaneously on the display, so that text, photos, links, and even files can be dragged and dropped from one app to another.
Two different types of multi-tasking are supported on your iPad: Slide over and Split View. For Slide Over, you can view two apps on the screen with one app in a small pane floating on top of the other. You can view two applications on your screen with its own pane with Split View. A third application that lies in the floating pane can then be added. You can also display a video in a tiny picture window when interacting with other devices using a feature called Picture-in-Picture.