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This article was published on October 4, 2011

Apple’s iTunes Match hits the US at the end of October

Apple’s iTunes Match hits the US at the end of October
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One of the most keenly awaited features iCloud is iTunes Match, which will let you download any songs in your library to any Apple device – even if you didn’t buy it from iTunes. Now we have an official date for its launch.

In the US, you’ll be able to sign up to iTunes Match for $24.99 per year from late October. There’s no word of an international launch as that will depend on territory-specific licensing deals.

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