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Streaming apps that still allow password sharing

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Which streaming apps allow password sharing?

One of the most popular debates in the streaming world is password sharing, with many users currently sharing their Netflix, Max, Amazon Prime Video, and Disney+ accounts with friends and family. While this was fine for a while, streaming services have since cracked down in an effort to get more people to pay for their services. To help you decide which service will give you the most bang for your buck we’re diving into which platforms will still let you get away with sharing your password.

Sharing Netflix passwords

Why are people canceling Netflix? Well, they’re getting stricter. Netflix password sharing has become a thing on the past, with the Netflix new rules placing a limit on how many people can use the same account at once. The standard plan allows for two simultaneous streams, while the premium plan allows for up to four.

If it becomes obvious that multiple people are using your login from different regions beyond the limitations, the platform will prompt you to make a new account. This doesn’t mean you need to rule out Netflix all together, but as long as you don’t share with more people than are able to stream at once, you should be fine.

How many people can watch Max at once?

Max is a relatively new streaming service and has a more forgiving password-sharing policy than Netflix. The platform allows for up to three simultaneous streams for their basic plan, so you can share your account with a few friends or family members without upgrading.

Amazon Prime Video users

Amazon Prime users can rejoice knowing that this platform allows for up to three simultaneous streams, and you can even have two people watching the same content at the same time. The best part about being an Amazon Prime Video user is the plethora of benefits you get in addition to the streaming service. If you already shop on Amazon and take advantage of Prime, the benefits far outweigh the subscription cost.


Disney+ is quickly becoming one of the top streaming services out there, thanks in part to its extensive library of Disney-owned movies and TV shows. This platform allows up to four streams at the same time, and you can get an even better deal with the Disney+ student discount. To qualify for the discount, you need to be enrolled in an accredited college or university.


Streaming platforms have completely changed the way people consume movies and TV shows. As more content gets moved online, password sharing has become a highly debated topic. When it comes to most of these apps, you’ll be okay if you only share your login with a couple of other people. However, there are some that enforce the rules more than others. Ultimately, it's up to you to decide which streaming service is the best fit for your needs and budget.

You can always take advantage of free trials to get a sense of a streaming platform before you totally commit, and they’re easy enough to cancel if you change your mind. While you’re online, don’t forget to subscribe to Mulberry Unlimited to comprehensive product protection for everything you buy online.

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Justin Smith

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Justin Smith has written about everything from stock market investing to electric vehicles, most recently for SuperMoney, Mulberry and EverLaw. Apart from optimizing the latest blog content and hunting for the perfect keywords, he also enjoys going on long runs.

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