Multiple user profiles are coming to Android L, if we trust on a comment on the Android issue tracker forum. According to the spotted post in which a user listed an issue about the lack of said profiles, only to be told by a user of the team that “The development team has implemented this option and it will be a part of the next public build” which is Android L.
People are looking for this feature for a long time in Android. They have introduced the feature to add multiple account in Android 4.2, but limited to tablet users only, with phones we don’t have such functionality till now. This could be a great feature for Android L to come up with Multi-user sign-in.
However, any one who has given over their handset to someone else will be well aware of the apprehension that comes with realizing that all their quick messages, email and images are simply a screen tap away.
It could also include some kind of Kid’s Corner options as seen on Windows Phone and which is set to be influenced by iOS 8 in the form of Family Sharing. These services not only handle what kind of apps and contents kids can access no matter for fun or study purpose, but also whether they can spend money on in-app purchases.
Android L is not anticipated that will arrive until the Autumn—the calendar normally puts it around October or November time. It is set to be a major launch, including the presentation of the all-new Material Design UI, and well as numerous expected execution improvements through the selection of ART, another runtime that makes applications run quicker with less framework overhead.