“Following an accidental launch on Wednesday, Apple is officially rolling out iTunes Match to countries outside the U.S. and Brazil, with users seeing changes in their respective iTunes Stores granting them access to the service,” Campbell reports. “Apple’s subscriber-based music matching service was thought to have gone live on Wednesday but the sign-up page was removed and refunds were promised. The page was reinstated on Thursday, allowing users to once again sign up for the service.”
Campbell reports, “The multi-country release of iTunes Match is confirmation that Apple >secured a deal for cloud-based music distribution outside the U.S. and Brazil, as reported in September.”
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