iTunes Match is one of Apple’s services that was launched last year. For those unfamiliar, it basically takes your iTunes music collection and matches it against Apple’s database in the cloud. It will then turn all your MP3s “legal” for an annual fee. While it sounds like a good and affordable way for people to start turning their music collection legal, it is a service that has yet to encompass the whole world. Well the good news is that the rollout is making its rounds and it has been reported that the latest batch of countries to be eligible for iTunes Match includes Italy, Greece, Portugal, Austria and Slovenia. Residents living in Italy can expect to pay an annual fee of €24.99 for the service. Apple’s website has yet to reflect the new countries so we can’t officially confirm the service for now. If any of our readers in those regions can confirm it, please let us know in the comments below!
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