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Google Play wants to be part of your family game night

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In the digital age many families choose to spend time together while watching Netflix or even playing a game.

For families who use technology to bond, Google just launched the Google Play Family Library, which allows users to share purchases with family members at no extra cost.

According to the official Android Blog, this feature allows families to share eligible games and content that’s been added to the Family Library across multiple devices. Content will be available across all Android devices and movies and TV shows can be viewed on iOS as well as online.

With Family Library, users can choose which items they’d like to add and which they’d like to keep to themselves. Furthermore, in the case of younger family members, guardians can approve which pieces of content they’re allowed to view. Families can also share a joint music subscription for $14.99 per month, though the family plan was already launched late last year.

Family Library will be rolling out over the next few days in Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States

Related reading: Google to hod hold Google Play Games festival on September 24

[source]Official Android Blog[source]

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