iTunes Match hits more countries, including Greece, Italy and Portugal

Macworld Australia Staff
1 May, 2012
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Apple has expanded iTunes Match to several more countries – including Greece, Austria, Portugal, Slovenia and Italy – as it slowly rolls out the music subscription service around the world.

Some users in these countries have been required to agree to updated iTunes Store terms and conditions concerning the service while others can now sign up for the service allowing them to access all of their music on iCloud, and then sync it to all of their iOS devices.

The new countries are not yet mentioned on Apple’s iTunes Match page, however MacStories first reported the news when it found a change in the Terms of Service, which now notes iTunes Match.

iTunes Match allows users to access music through iTunes on iCloud, even if the music was not purchased through iTunes. Apple first launched iTunes Match in November last year, and in January expanded the service to a total of 37 countries.



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