For those who may have downloaded their music through questionable means, the good news is that Apple has posted a support document revealing upcoming international countries that would soon have access to the iTunes Match and iTunes in the Cloud program. Naturally the service started out for the US markets but it’s good to see that support for international markets is starting to roll out.
Some international countries have gained access to iTunes Match last week, but it was quickly pulled as Apple stated that it was a mistake and have since refunded customers’ money. If you’d like you check if your country is qualified for Apple’s iTunes Match and iTunes in the Cloud service (some countries can download songs and videos, while some are limited to just apps and books), head on over to the Apple Support page for more information.
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