- Apr 12, 2001
In iOS and macOS, Apple includes a Family Sharing feature that allows multiple users to easily share content and interact with each other. Most notably, Family Sharing allows up to six family users to share purchases made from the iTunes, iBooks, or App Store.
The feature also lets you add family members to an Apple Music Family subscription, contribute to a unified photo album or calendar, share locations, use Find My iPhone to find a lost device, and set parental controls for children.
With Family Sharing, users have immediate access to each other's music, movies, TV shows, books, and apps, as content can be downloaded with a single tap.
Before You Start
A user needs to have a valid iCloud account in order to use Family Sharing, with OS X Yosemite or later required for Mac access. Prior to turning on Family Sharing, ensure that you are ready to designate yourself or another user to be the Family Organizer in the Family Sharing group. The Family Organizer will be responsible for all iTunes, iBooks, and App Store purchases made by the Family users in the group.
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Article Link: How to Enable Family Sharing in iOS and macOS