Being able to buy an app ce and share it with your family is great. However, by default, everye in your family sees all your apps and can download e. AppleInsider shows you how to choose what they can and can not access.
Introduced in 2014 in iOS 8, Family Sharing is a great way to buy an app ce and allow multiple people to use their own copy. Obviously, this increases costs, but if you are the household IT csultant, it is also a way to ensure that everye has access to the latest versis of the applicatis you have chosen.
You must first enable family sharing. invite each member of your family to the system. ce you have, however, they can see all the apps you have already purchased.
Maybe you do not want them to know that you have persally purchased and tried all existing chess applicatis, though. Or you'd be embarrassed to not be able to resist every new To Do applicati that will accompany you.
More importantly, you may not want them to see commercial or financial applicatis for which they may not be ready. You have heard of children making huge in-app purchases games: they could do more damage to your bank account by running your favorite Forex investment applicati.
So, hide everything you do not want that they can see
your iPhone, go to the App Store and choose