The Java Virtual Machine, or JVM for short, supports multithreading. Any process you run on it is free to create a reasonable number of threads to perform multiple tasks asynchronously. However, writing code that can do so in an optimal and error-free manner can be extremely hard. Over the years, Java, other JVM languages, and a lot of third-party libraries have tried to come up with creative and elegant approaches to address this problem.

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A multithreaded app has two or more parts that can run in parallel. This lets the app make better use of the cores inside the device CPU. This lets it get tasks done faster and leads to a smoother and more responsive experience for the user.

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