Today, Apple is launching its iTunes Store in 12 new countries in Asia. Now, folks in Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Brunei, Cambodia, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Sri Lanka and Vietnam will have access to Apple’s almost-endless list of music, movies, and apps. The iTunes Store is Apple’s online digital media store that distributes music, movies, and apps to Mac and iOS users, as well Windows users. Apple touts its iTunes Store for its selection of local and international music from all the major labels and thousands of independent labels.
Users can choose from over 20 million songs available to purchase and download on the iTunes Store as well as movies in HD. Additionally, the said 12 countries will also be getting Apple’s iTunes in the Cloud that lets users download their previously purchased iTunes music to their iOS devices with no additional cost. Apple added that music not purchased from the iTunes Store can use iTunes Match, a new service that users can buy to store their music libraries in iCloud. You can download iTunes here.
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