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iTunes Match expands to Nordic nations

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 09 Dec 2013 18:07

iTunes Match expands to Nordic nations Apple has announced expanded availability for its popular iTunes Match service.
The service is now available in Denmark, Norway, and Sweden at a price of 249 kr ($38 USD) and 25 euro in Finland. By comparison, iTunes Match is $24.99 a year in the U.S.

Introduced in 2011, iTunes Match lets iTunes fans "match" their existing libraries with supposedly higher quality versions of the tracks directly in Apple's iCloud. After you match, the content is saved to iCloud and can then be accessed anywhere you have Internet.

Additionally, you can download your previously purchased music on any device, as well.

Most countries where iTunes is available now have iTunes Match, with one notable holdout being Japan.

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