We talked about it couple of weeks ago, Google’s Family Library allows users to share their paid apps, music, movies and books with their families or friends. Now, you not need to buy same thing again and again if you suing different email account on Google.
Google family Library allows to add up to 6 members. There’s no fee for use of this service from Google.
Google explained it in a blog post by giving the below example:
Share across your family’s devices
Today’s families have a lot of devices, and it should be easy to share content no matter where we are or what we’re doing. Everyone in my family loves the Star Wars movies and we all want to be able to watch them, on our phones, tablets, laptops, or TV. All purchases added to Family Library are available across Android devices, and movies, TV shows, and books can be enjoyed on iOS devices and the web.
Google also explained how you are going to share your music subscription and all as follows:
Easily manage sharing and family purchases
As with most family matters, flexibility and choice is important. With Family Library, you can choose which items you want to share and which to keep to yourself—for example, I’ll probably keep my collection of comic books in my personal library. Flexibility is also built into your purchasing options. When you sign up, you’ll select a credit card to share as your family payment method, but your family members will always have the option of buying stuff with their personal credit cards or gift cards. And for your younger family members, you’ll have the option to approve each of their purchases.
Share a Music subscription with your family
Finally, if your family loves music, you can also subscribe to the Google Play Music family plan. On this plan, up to six family members can stream millions of songs on demand for $14.99 a month.
Currently it is live in Ireland, Italy, Mexico, and New Zealand. And you can now sign up on the web, in addition to your Android device.