Apple has launched its iTunes Match service in Japan, where it costs ¥3,980 per year (or roughly $40), as MacRumors reports.
The service, which replicates a user’s music collection on iTunes with high-quality versions in iCloud and makes them available to play across any device, was first launched in 2011 and costs $25 per year in the US. Apple expanded it across twelve additional markets in Asia in the summer of 2012, but Japan was left off that list, until now.
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➤ iTunes Match Expands to Japan [MacRumors]
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