Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Android users will be able to share purchases from Google Play – Kommersant

Google has announced the launch of a function Google Play Family Library, which allows users of smart phones based on Android to get total access to applications and other Google Play content, including games, books, movies and TV shows.

This option will enable the group to six people to get access to buy from Google Play, and synchronize them between all user devices that are part of the group. To activate the function, the user of the smartphone on Android you want to add another user to the “family members” in the settings by entering their email address.

As pointed out by Wall Street Journal, Google Play Family Library is a response to Apple’s feature called Apple Family Sharing. It allows you to share music purchases from iTunes, and applications from App Store.


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