Tablets are communal devices, but they're still holding on to the one-user ideal of smartphones.
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- +1 to this! Get on it Google! Nexus 7 for the fam! :)Aug 14, 2012
- If we get a tablet, it'll be shared by 2 kids, one of which will mess things up for the other one. (We discovered the hard way which image files needed to be locked down when the background picture for the other was rotated on the XP machine....)Aug 14, 2012
- Will I have to buy that $4.99 app twice for a two-user setup? Or that album I have in Google Music? Or that bestseller I bought on the Play store?
It'll be interesting and important how this is structured for a multi-user setup. Users, app developers and copyright-owners will all be watching!Aug 14, 2012
- It's interesting, because since apps are licensed to the user, not the device, I think it's only fair multiple users should have to buy the app instead.Aug 14, 2012
- If World affairs don't settle down,
perhaps, nothing will be needed
any longer. Think about it.Aug 14, 2012
- The app usage license issue will be an interesting one. I can definitely see the use for this feature. I use my tablet as the main control for my media centre via xbmc. This will allow costomizable usability per user. For instance the favourites will actually be my favourites and not that of my entire householdAug 14, 2012