Share your library with other computers
- In the iTunes app on your PC, choose Edit > Preferences, then click Sharing.
- Select “Share my library on my local network.”
- Select the items you want to share, or choose “Share entire library.”
At the Preferences window, click on the Sharing tab. Click on the checkbox to “Share my library on my local network.” Choose whether you want to share your entire network or just selected playlists. Then select whether you want to enable a password.
If you have multiple Apple IDs in the iTunes Store and the App Store, you can invite each of your accounts to the group, so you can share purchases from your other Apple IDs with your family.
Use Home Sharing on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
- To see a music library, go to Settings > Music. To see a video library, go to Settings > TV > iTunes Videos.
- Under Home Sharing, tap Sign In.
- Sign in with your Apple ID. Use the same Apple ID for every computer or device on your Home Sharing network.
Turn on Home Sharing
- In the iTunes app on your PC, choose File > Home Sharing > Turn On Home Sharing.
- Type your Apple ID and password, then click Turn On Home Sharing. If you don’t have an Apple ID, click Create New Apple ID and follow the onscreen instructions.
Sharing Songs and Albums on Your Computer
- Open iTunes on your Mac or PC.
- Find the song or album that you want to share.
- Click the ellipsis (three dots) button to bring up the contextual menu.
- Hover your mouse pointer over Share Song/Album to see your sharing options.
When you set up Family Sharing, you and up to five family members can share iTunes Store, App Store, Apple Books, and Apple TV purchases. When your family shares App Store, music, movie, TV, and book purchases, all items are billed directly to the family organizer’s Apple ID account.
With Family Sharing, up to six family members can download each other’s iTunes Store purchases to their own computers and devices. … To use Family Sharing, you need an Apple ID, and you must be invited to join a family group.