Dec 07, 2016 - 11:24 AM UTC — AAPL: 109.865 (-0.085, -0.08%) | NASDAQ: 5322.67 (-10.33, -0.19%)
“Earlier today, Apple updated its Terms and Conditions for the Italian iTunes Store to include information about iTunes Match, the company’s music service powered by iCloud. Launched in November 2011 in the United States (here’s our original hands-on), the service was later brought to more countries on December 15 and January 17, including South America, the UK, and other European countries,” Federico Viticci reports for MacStories.
“Back in March, it was reported that Apple was holding a series of meetings with SIAE — the Italian association that represents ‘artists and editors’ — to get the green light on launching iTunes Match in Italy,” Viticci reports. However, “iTunes Match is now live in Italy, with yearly subscriptions priced at €24.99. You can activate iTunes Match in Italy by following this link.”
Read more in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Lava_Head_UK” for the heads up.]