Realme announced Android 10 based Realme UI 1.0 last year in December, the brand has completed Android 10 based Realme UI 1.0 roll-out for almost all the eligible devices. The company started rolling out a new feature called smooth scrolling for all the eligible devices recently. Now, another new feature is making it’s way to Realme devices running Android 10, the new feature that’s being rolled out to the devices is “Multi-user” feature. Realme claimed that Android 10 based Realme UI 1.0 will be close to stock Android but despite the claims it didn’t support stock Android features such as Multi-user support, but the company is finally bringing it to devices running Realme UI.
For those unaware, the Multi-user support is a native stock Android feature that Google had introduced way back in 2014 with Android Lollipop. As per a recent post on Realme Community, Realme is finally bringing Multi-user support for the devices running Android 10 based Realme UI 1.0. With this feature, multiple user profiles can be set on a device and two or more users can share the same device. Using this feature, two or more individuals can share the device and they can have their own apps, wallpapers, and other customizations.
Additionally, the data won’t be merged across the users so the users don’t really have to worry about their personal data. If you have any Realme device running Android 10 based Realme UI 1.0, you can head over to settings and check if you already have this feature. A new user can be added from Settings –> Users & Accounts –> Multi-user –> Add user, as shown in the screenshots above. A toggle is also added in the quick setting notifications panel to quickly switch between the users.
The feature is already available for some of the devices such as Realme X2 Pro, Realme XT, and Realme X, to name a few. Realme has been constantly taking user feedback about their OS and improvising it with new features. The company is expected to announce the next iteration of its custom Android skin after Android 11 Stable update starts hitting devices.
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