Google | Sep 20, 2017 | Master3395
Share your music collection and Play Store purchases with your family.
Last week, Google started rolling out the Family Library into nine new markets. Norway is one of them.
This means that Norwegian Play Store and Music users can share their content with their family members. Apps, games, movies, TV shows and books purchased on the Play Store can be shared with up to five family members. Activation of the service is done through the Play Store:
Then follow the instructions on the screen.
If you use Play Music, you can now also share your subscription with up to five family members. The price is $ 149 a month, it's the same family subscriptions to power competitors like Apple Music and Spotify.
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Sources: Google Play
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