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This article was published on April 30, 2012


Apple brings iTunes Match to Greece, Italy, Austria, and Portugal

Apple brings iTunes Match to Greece, Italy, Austria, and Portugal
Drew Olanoff
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Apple has slowly been rolling out its iTunes Match service throughout the world over the past six months, and today has tipped off the fact that it’s coming to Greece, Austria, Portugal, and Italy as well.

We’re seeing reports from all over the globe confirming the arrival of iTunes Match and will continue to keep you updated.

According to Macstories, the terms and conditions for iTunes in Italy have already been updated to reflect the arrival of the service:

Here is a screenshot confirming Match’s arrival in Portugal:

Here’s a look at Match in action in Austria:

You can read our full guide to iTunes Match, which allows you to pay a one-time upgrade fee for better quality versions of the music on your computer.

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