Family Sharing makes it easy for up to six people in your family to share iTunes, iBooks, and App Store purchases, an Apple Music family membership, and an iCloud storage plan, without sharing accounts.
Can you share Apple Music without sharing purchases?
Any purchases family members make from the iTunes Store, the App Store, Apple Books, and Apple TV are billed directly to the organizer’s Apple ID account. If adult and teen family members don’t want to share purchases and billing information with family members, they can turn off purchase sharing for themselves.
Can other family members see my Apple Music?
When you set up purchase sharing, everyone in the family gets access to the apps, music, movies, TV shows, and books that family members buy. The content automatically appears on the Purchased page in the App Store, iTunes Store, Apple Books, or Apple TV app. Some items can’t be shared.
Can you just share Apple Music?
To share your Apple Music account, you’ll have to change your subscription to the Family Plan, which costs $14.99 per month. Once you’ve signed up for the Family Plan, you’ll be able to share one Apple Music account between up to six people.
Can I share my music library with family?
With iTunes or the new Apple Music app, you can share your entire music library from your computer to your laptop, iPhone, and more. This allows you to save space on your devices and share your music with your friends and family.
Can I pay for my own purchases on Family Sharing?
An adult family member should be able to make their own purchases AND participate in family sharing of photos, calendar events, music etc! YES!!!
Will I lose my music if I switch Family Sharing?
Will I lose my music if I switch family sharing? If your family shares iTunes, Apple Books, and App Store purchases, you immediately stop sharing your purchases and lose access to the purchases made by your other family members. Any content that your family shared with you isn’t automatically removed from your device.
Why won’t Apple music Let me share my playlist?
Go to settings>music and turn on the iCloud music library. That will enable you to share playlists directly from the Music App.
How do I share my Apple music library with a friend?
Create a profile
- Open the Apple Music app.
- Tap Listen Now.
- In the upper-right corner of the Listen Now screen: On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, tap the photo icon . …
- Tap See What Friends Are Listening To.
- Follow the onscreen prompts to create a username, find and follow friends, share playlists, and more.
- Tap Done.
How do I share Apple Music with family only?
You can’t separate the Apple Music membership from the other purchases. You, as the organizer, would be responsible for your family’s purchases in the iTunes Store, App Store and iBooks Store.
What happens to Apple ID when child turns 13?
Once your child reaches the age of 13 (or equivalent minimum age depending on jurisdiction), they will be permitted to maintain their account without participating in Family Sharing.