You can now start sharing stuff within your Google Play Family Library

Google officially announced that content purchased on Google Play accounts can be shared with up to six people through its new Family Library feature.

All possible devices that the content can be used on will be usable for each person sharing the account — from large screens to mobile ones, from iOS to PC to Android, from games to books to movies. Some content may be ineligible for sharing. The account holder can also partition some content for themselves.

When members of the account want to get apps, they can do so with the main credit card for the account or supply their own payment information. The account holder can also choose to setup an purchase approval process for some members.

Family Library will be fully available in twelve international markets including Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK and the US sometime near the end of the week. The Google Play Music family plan has also made its way to Ireland, Italy, Mexico and New Zealand.

Source: Google
Via: Phone Scoop

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