After coming to Serbia and South Africa , Google Play Music is now playing for the whole family. Comparing the multiple outcome models across the four cultural samples revealed that musical rituals in families and peer groups related to family and peer cohesion, respectively in all four samples, with small to medium effect sizes. In fact, my Google Music App asked me to upgrade just to shove it in my face I’m left behind again.
If you haven’t set up a family sharing , you can follow a simple method by tapping Settings → iCloud → Set Up Family Sharing. Final nail in the coffin is Spotify today announcing increasing their family plan to 6 users for £15pcm. Most music therapists use classical music in auditory therapy because of how it stimulates the brain and calms the nervous system at the same time.
But apparently, they never intended to support sharing for Google Apps accounts, which they think only include business and education users. Let’s take a look at what things look like from the other side of the sharing plan. Most of us jumped to it for our own families but Google doesn’t seem to wanna be family now.
I can’t create a family group, and even joining an existing group doesn’t seem to work with an Apps account. On the off chance that one more voice will make a difference; it is really frustrating that the Google Apps accounts can’t use the Google Play Music Family Plan.
Not having a family plan just makes Groove even less a part of the conversation. The direct contribution of music in peer groups on well-being appears to be applicable in two secular/individualistic and one traditional/collectivistic cultural context. Now, Spotify has taken another step toward family harmony by recently expanding the family plan from two to six, meaning that each person can set up their own preferences.