Google To Copy Apple’s 2014 Family Plan, Expand Sharing To 6
Family Plans and multiple user offerings are one of the lures for the digital content marketing. And while 6 people on one account certainly lowers the per user payments to creators, they've proven to be an effective sales tool. Now Google is finally expanding their offering to match Apple's.
Google Play is set to expand it Family Plan for music, video, books and apps to six people. The new offering will be called Google Family Library. This mimics Apple's 6 user plan which launched in 2014.
"Everyone in the group will be able to access every single app, video and book that's available to the account holder," reports CNET. " If you decide to let the kids run wild on your media collection, you can even remove specific titles from the library to keep it more kid-friendly, or hide certain artists you might not want to share with others."