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How to Share Purchases with Family on iPhone & iPad

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Want to share some Apple purchases with your family members? Or perhaps, you want to let them make purchases using your credit card? If so, you’ll be super interested to try out Apple’s Family Sharing feature that lets you share purchased apps with multiple users at the same time, and you can do it all right from iPhone or iPad.

This feature actually isn’t anything new. In fact, Family Sharing has been available since the release of iOS 8 back in 2014. For those who haven’t tried it out yet, you can use this feature not just to share your purchases, but…

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How to Share Purchases with Family on Mac

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Have you ever wanted to share a paid app with a family member? If so, you’ll be excited to know about the Family Sharing feature that allows you to share your purchased apps with multiple people at the same time. You can share purchases with this feature, right from your Mac.

Family Sharing is a feature that has been around for years now and it allows users to conveniently share their purchases as well as subscriptions, but with a catch. This means that you can purchase an app once and it will be shared with multiple people in your family without them having…

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How to Enable or Disable “Ask to Buy” on iPhone & iPad for Family Sharing

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Do you have multiple kids in your Family Sharing group? If you’re sharing your payment method with members of your family group, you may want to use “Ask to Buy” to keep all those purchases in check, and to make sure your children aren’t buying anything without your permission.

Apple’s Family Sharing feature makes it really convenient to share your purchases and subscriptions with up to six family members. By default, all the purchases made by the people in your family group are charged to the default payment of the family organizer’s Apple account….

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How to Share iCloud Storage with Family on Mac

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Are you on the larger size iCloud storage plan and want to share it with family? iCloud storage can be shared with family members thanks to Apple’s Family Sharing feature, and this is easy to access on the Mac.

For those who aren’t aware, Family Sharing allows you to share your purchases and subscriptions with other people in your family group. This means that you can share your iCloud subscription as well. While the least expensive 50GB plan may barely be enough for one person, the 200 GB and 2 TB plans can be shared with up to 5 people depending on how…

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How to Add & Remove People in Family Sharing Groups from Mac

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Did you know that you can share your purchases and subscriptions with other Apple users? As long as you’re on a supported plan, Apple will allow you to share your subscriptions with up to five people at the same time. This is made possible with the help of Family Sharing. You can easily add and remove people from Family Groups from the Mac, as we’ll cover here (and yes you can also do this from iPhone or iPad).

Family Sharing can be put to good use if two or more people in your family use a particular service, let’s say Apple Music, iCloud, Apple TV+, or…

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How to Share iCloud Storage with Family on iPhone & iPad

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If you have plenty of unused iCloud storage space, then you may be interested in sharing your allocated space with family or even friends. Thanks to Apple’s Family Sharing feature, it doesn’t cost the other person a penny and you can share your storage right from your iOS and iPadOS devices.

Apple offers 50 GB, 200 GB, and 2 TB storage plans for iCloud which can be used for storing photos, music, backup data, and your settings securely. While the 50 GB allocation may barely be enough for one user, the 200 GB and 2 TB plans could be shared with one or more…

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How to Remove Someone from Family Sharing on iPhone

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Do you want to stop sharing your subscriptions with one of your family members or friends? Perhaps, they no longer need it or you’re making space for someone else? Thankfully, it’s pretty easy to remove someone from your Family.

For those who aren’t aware, Apple’s Family Sharing feature allows users to conveniently share their purchases and subscriptions with up to five other people. This not only includes Apple services like iCloud, Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, etc. but also third-party apps that support Family Sharing. That being said, these…

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How to Start & Stop Sharing Apple Music with Family Members

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Do you want to share your Apple Music subscription with friends or family members? Perhaps, you’re looking to cut down on monthly or annual subscription costs? Thanks to Family Sharing, you can easily share your Apple Music access and this can be done on your iOS or iPadOS device.

Apple’s Family Sharing feature allows users to conveniently share their purchases and subscriptions with up to five other people. The feature isn’t just limited to Apple Music and other Apple services but also third-party apps that support Family Sharing. When it comes to Apple…

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