As most of us know, app sharing has become possible but is limited to one headset to share your library. If you are like us and have purchased multiple headsets for your household, (we specifically have 4) then you also know that we should not have to purchase a game multiple times across the household when comsumers have already shelled out $299 a piece, plus tax in most states. This is, at least, the general idea when it comes to most app sharing. It just needs to be opened up to support multiple headsets so that we can enjoy games as a household, rather than waiting enviously for your turn on the family Township Tale server.
I hope that improvements can be made. This will please many consumers. All you have to do is search for the feature for OQ2 and you can see the disappointment of people who expected this to be possible.
Cherie Barstow commented
Why have they closed voting for this (and other app sharing suggestions)? Hopefully they're currently working on the best way to revamp it for the next release is all I can figure.
Right now it doesn't work as it should. In order for my husband and I to share games, I would have to be the admin on his headset and he on mine... which totally breaks the app link, casting, etc. It really needs to work more similarly to other Family Share options out there, like the way it's handled in the Google Play Store for example where I can share my library with one other person.
Oculus, please re-tool this so that it works as users expect.