Apple has begun rolling out their iTunes Match service in several new countries today, including Austria, Greece, and Italy. The full extent of the rollout remains unknown, as reports are still tricking in from users around the world.
…iTunes Match has started going live in several new countries today. So far we have heard from users in Austria, Greece, and Italy, with some users reporting that they have been required to agree to updated iTunes Store terms and conditions addressing the service while others have even been able to sign up for the service.
Apple has yet to update their official support document concerning iTunes Match availability, so it’s unclear exactly how many countries will be getting access to iTune Match today, although there are signs that the service may also launch in Bulgaria, Portugal, and Slovenia.
Countries which gain access to iTunes Match today should also get access to iTunes in the Cloud, which enables users to re-download music and video purchases from the iTunes Store on their Mac or PC, iOS device, or Apple TV.
Did you just gain access to iTunes Match? make sure to check out all of our complete guide to iTunes Match, as well as the rest of our iTunes Match coverage to make the most of the new service!
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