Google Play announced a Family sharing option named Family Library several years ago and still the program as not reached in many countries yet. As a part of expanding the program to more countries, Google seems to be testing the same in India. Many users from the country have reported the same available on their Play Store app which clearly hints to an imminent soft launch.
Google Play Family Library is simply as same as the Family Sharing feature introduced by Apple in iOS. This helps smartphone users to use one single account across five different devices and share apps and games with even parental controls. The feature also works similar to the parental control options in Microsoft Windows PCs, but mainly focuses on app downloads and usage regulations.
By using this, you only need to purchase one single product for one smartphone and can be shared among the family members without limitations. The same can be applied to the Google Play Music and Movies. So, you only need one single subscription to watch or use paid programs across multiple devices.
There is no official words regarding the official release of the feature in India. As the tests have already started, we are expecting this to hit the market by this month itself.