As Per new tag discovered on the iOS Application Store pages by iFun , it would appear that Apple is testing a new label for applications that work with the upcoming Family Sharing feature in iOS 8.
The feature, which was announced by WWDC allows a family to share a single list of purchased music, movies, and iOS apps, all charged to a single credit card. It also includes parental controls so that purchases require permission from the card holder.
To ensure that there’s no confusion among those looking to buy apps for a whole family, it looks like Apple will be labeling apps that support the feature the same way it highlights apps that Game Center, in-app purchases, and other iOS features. The labels in the question have only appeared
The labels in question have only appeared on a few apps in a few markets, but appear to show up on both iTunes and web listings. The notice will likely be removed in the near future as Apple confirm that everything is in working order.
Apple is planning to release iOS 8 expected to launch alongside a larger side a larger iPhone in September. Apple will be holding a media event to announce the next generation device on September.