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Apple brings iTunes Match to 19 more countries

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Apple iTunes MatchApple is bringing its music-in-the-cloud service, iTunes Match, to 19 more countries scattered throughout Latin America and Europe.

Today Apple has brought the total number of countries that have iTunes Match to 37. The 19 new countries include Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Estonia, Guatemala, Honduras, Latvia, Lithuania, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, and Venezuela. To make the rollout even better, some of these countries just recently received the iTunes Music Store, so now they get all the same options in terms of music as everyone else soon after they get access to it.

The new users will be able to store they iTunes Music library in iCloud, no matter how they obtained them. The iTunes Match service will also upgrade most songs to a 256kbps AAC file as if you purchased them in iTunes itself. The service still costs $24.99 or equivalent.

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