On Sale: SwitchMe Root Profile Manager

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  • 09 Aug 2012
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  • It has been recently discovered that the latest version of Android – Jelly Bean, integrates support for multiple users. Just like with windows on your PC, multiple user profiles can be created and each can enjoy it’s own setting and apps on one device. While the Google implementation is in the works, you might want to use this app for rooted devices.

    SwitchMe

    We are used to seeing great apps from Fahrbot and in their recent sales list they offer SwitchMe Root Profile Manager. Using this app on a rooted device will allow you to create multiple user profiles, that can be switched at any time, even from the lockscreen. Sharing one device among multiple users gives you privacy and you can create as many profiles as the device’s memory can handle. There are multiple benefits, as the developer explains, for using multiple profiles. For example, when the battery is low but you desperately need to read an email, you can switch to an essential functions profile for increased autonomy.

    The app interface is very easy to understand. You need to create at least two profiles, one containing all current data and the second representing a fresh installation of the OS. Once a second profile is created you are welcome to log-in a different Google account in the new OS where SwitchMe comes preinstalled. You can also clone your current profile if you want to share system settings with another profile. The experimental lockscreen feature allows you to log-in into different profiles without having to access current data.

    SwitchMe_Root_Profile_Manager

    Buy the Unlock Key for SwitchMe Root Profile Manager at a very attractive discount price, from the Play Store.

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