Google's Family Library Allows Consumers to Collectively Use Apps

By: Misel Saban - May 19, 2016
References: google & theverge
Google is offering consumers a more collective way to enjoy mobile apps with a platform called Family Library, that allows loved ones to have access to the same applications. The service allots for up to six people to share access to one app, splitting the cost for different platforms amongst multiple people. This will be a way consumers can share content as well as the price of owning multiple apps.

Many app services charge monthly subscription fees and the Google Family Library platform makes it much easier for consumers to share accessibility by co-owning the main profile login. Family Library will allow for six members to join and share one profile, which ensures that more people have access to content for smaller fee. The service hopes to launch this summer.