Apple delivers iTunes Match to Japan

“Apple is expanding its iTunes Match service to Japan, according to a MacRumors tipster and the company’s iTunes Match availability website,” Jordan Golson reports for MacRumors.

“The service, which costs ¥3,980 per year, allows iTunes users to match their existing iTunes libraries with high quality versions of songs from Apple’s iCloud. After matching, content is available in iCloud and can be accessed from any device,” Golson reports. “iTunes Match is $25 per year in the U.S and, at current exchange rates, the Japanese version costs roughly $39.”

Read more in the full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dan K.” for the heads up.]

5 Comments

  1. No really – I love what TIM COOK has been doing – I just like to play an asshole online for the fun of it – I pretty much have nothing else to do. never had much of a brain.

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