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16/12/2011 / loyaltymarketingnews

iTunes Match Goes Live Internationally

iTunes Match, Apple’s service which allows users to access their music library – including non-iTunes songs – from Apple’s cloud, has started rolling out internationally, TUAW reports.

Users are reporting the service going live in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, France and other countries, even though Apple hasn’t officially announced it yet.

iTunes Match, which went live in the US in November 2011, appears as an option in iTunes, allowing users to access their entire music collection from up to 10 PCs and iOS devices for $24.99 a year.

The service matches users’ music with the 20 million+ songs in iTunes Store, and the users only need to upload the songs which aren’t available there, which is usually a smaller part of their music collection.

All iTunes matches can be played back from Apple’s iCloud at 256-Kbps AAC quality, DRM-free, even if the original copy was of lower quality.

 

(via Mashable)

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