iTunes in the Cloud is now finally rolling out to international iTunes Stores, reports MacRumors, with users in Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, France, Ireland, Mexico, Netherlands, and Spain suggesting that the changes have already begun to go live.
With the full iCloud release launching today, it’s fitting that Apple is making iTunes in the Cloud available in more areas today as well. iTunes in the Cloud is a landmark feature of iCloud, and offers users the ability to re-download music, videos and apps purchased from the iTunes Store an unlimited number of times on any registered device.
Changes to the affected stores include the addition of a “Purchased” tab in the iOS iTunes Store app, which grants users in those areas access to their previous purchase directly on their iOS devices. It’s unclear when Apple will make iTunes in the cloud available to additional countries.