Apple’s iTunes Match service has been available in the US since the launch of iOS 5, and it was recently launched internationally back in December, and now it is available in more countries around the world.
Apple is now offering iTunes Match in 19 more countries which include Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Estonia, Guatemala, Honduras, Latvia, Lithuania, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, and Venezuela.
That makes a total of 37 countries around the world that Apple’s iTunes Match service is available in, and if you haven’t used the service but you use iTunes then it may be worth you checking out.
iTunes Match, does as the name implies, it matches you music on your PC or Mac in iTunes and then makes that music available to stream directly to your other iOS devices from the cloud.
Your music stored in the cloud can be streamed to your iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and even your Apple TV, without the need to use up storage space on your device.
I have been using the service since it launches here in the UK since December, and it seems to work pretty well, it is available for £21.99 a year here in the UK or $24.99 in the US.
Source Apple InsiderFiled Under: Apple, Technology News