App sharing within a family
I can understand the idea of needing to limit widespread sharing of apps, but it does not seem unreasonable to figure a way to allow sharing within a family group that is on the same wifi network. Unreasonable to expect that after investing in the hardware a family would be expected to buy the same game 3x. Apple/Netflix seems to have figured this out. Please at least let us ALL know if this is just a task queued up for development or if oculus has made a conscious decision not to provide this core feature as a money grab. This would greatly affect my decision to purchase additional headsets for my kids.
Now that I purchased the Quest 2, my wife likes to use my original Quest for playing the games she likes. It would be nice if she could create her own account and have access to all of the apps I've already purchased. It would also be nice to play some of the multiplayer titles with each other, such as Beat Saber, Racket Fury, etc. without having to purchase another copy.
Zarius Tularial commented
I think this is important too.
There are a lot of games I've already bought that are fun for a bit but rarely used so not worth buying a second time but if I have a headset for each person in the family I'd rather not have to require other family members (kids/wife) to borrow my headset just to play these games.
As noted - Netflix, Steam, Apple Store, Google Play Store and others allow you to use multiple devices to access the library (and/or share across family accounts).
I would love to see something where you can share games with your specified family accounts (even if it's limited to same WiFi - however I note that the other platforms don't require this) but limit it to only one device playing a specific game at a time - that means if you want to play multiplayer between two devices you would need to buy the game a second time (seems fair as two family members would be playing the game simultaneously.
I think this would reduce at least one barrier to having multiple quest devices in the household. Another would be having the account separate from the device and allowing any of the family members to log into any device (e.g. if one quest is charging why can't they just pick up another one and select their account/profile there?).