Google Introduces Family Library to Google Play

Google introduced Family Library, which allows you to share content on Google Play between six family members at once. By purchasing an application, game or movie, the user can give his family access to them for free.


After authorization, new content will appear in it automatically (you can disable this option in the settings), and if the user does not want to share some content, he can add or remove individual purchases.

By configuring Family Library settings, a user can choose one credit card, the so-called 'shared payment method', with which family members can purchase content. They can use their own cards if they wish. When someone has made a purchase from a shared account, the owner will receive an email receipt. If the family has children from 13 to 17 years old, he can approve or deny their order.

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