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This article was published on December 7, 2015


Apple Music now lets you upload 100,000 tracks to your library

Apple Music now lets you upload 100,000 tracks to your library
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If you’ve got a massive music collection offline, you’ll be happy to know that you can now upload up to 100,000 songs to Apple Music and access them from all your devices.

MacRumors confirms that the limit for Apple Music and iTunes Match has been raised from 25,000 tracks to 100,000. Apple’s Eddy Cue promised in late June that the upgrade was coming, and has now revealed that the company has “started rolling out support for 100k libraries.”

That’s handy for people who want to have their entire collection of tuneage available wherever they go. When you let iTunes look at your library of locally stored songs, it adds the ones available in its store to your iCloud storage and uploads the rest so you can stream or download them to any of your devices or desktops.

Apple Raises iTunes Match and Apple Music Library Matching Limits to 100,000 Tracks [MacRumors]

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