Last year, there was some controversy over whether or not Apple’s iTunes Match service supported streaming of music or just downloading files.
Apple has slowly rolled out its iTunes Match service worldwide over the past few months. However, earlier this week, iTunes Match arrived in some more countries.
Development and Advancement of technology knows no end. According to various online reports, Apple is currently working on a new file format for its iCloud service.
iTunes Match was a rage the moment it came into existence. It has been launched in many countries and many countries are waiting for iTunes launch. The wait for Japan seems to end.
Are you listening to music from some artist like Snoop Dogg (wonder why he spells his name like this)? Surprised that the song does not have any offensive word? This is happening due to the bug in iTunes Match.
The enthusiasm and curiosity over iTunes Match has been going strong for sometime. People over the world had been waiting for iTunes Match to be released in their countries. Apple’s iTunes Match service has now expanded to a total of 37 countries.
Apple has posted a new webpage for iTunes Match. This web-page includes a setup guide, a FAQ, and a description of how the service works. The information is helpful not only to experienced Apple customers, but also to millions of new customers who got Apple devices during the Christmas holidays.
When iTunes Match was released internationally on 15 December 2011, some people claimed online that apart from countries announced by Apple, iTunes Match was also available in some countries that were not announced by Apple. Apple users in those countries were able to access iTunes Match services, much to their own surprise.
Are you ready to sync your music collection without going through the hassles of searching and arranging it? Are you glad to see iTunes Match and iCloud services? If you live in UK, you are in for a disappointment. At least for now.
If you are not familiar with iTunes Match, it is a service from Apple that allows users to access their music library, which includes non-iTunes songs as well, from Apple’s cloud.