One of the most touted features of Jelly Bean (Android OS 4.2) is to have multiple logins, or in other words say different user accounts for a tablet. The feature is cool allowing multiple users to have their own private space. Each user gets a personalized user interface preferences, own apps, separate dedicated storage space, security, and different system settings.
As the settings are different, each Google Play linked account varies, and so are the installed apps. However, there is an app which allows you to share apps between different user accounts on a tablet. The only requirement is for you have a rooted tablet.
The concerned app here is Appshare (+). The app as mentioned above requires a rooted device, then you can share apps between multiple user-accounts on a tablet. Download the app with your central ID linked to Google Play store, then choose the apps that you wish to share among other existing ID’s. Each user gets his/ her own apps data space meaning that your game progress data will be individual.
The Appshare (+) app has some limitations too. There are issues with paid apps which can’t be linked to every possible account, plus Google wallet has issues too. The app is improving and it’s a great way to do the task with ease.
The app is available in Google Play as an ad-supported free app. If you want to remove the ads which are shown in the app, you can spend $2.99 via in-app purchase system. Hit the below link to download the app from the Google Play store.