Apple brings iTunes Match to Japan

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As shown on Apple’s iTunes Match availability page, Apple has now brought its iTunes Match service to Japan. This follows an expansion of iTunes in the Cloud and Apple TV content to Germany, earlier today.

For $30 a year, iTunes Match uploads your entire music library and makes it available across all your devices automatically. Lower quality, or pirated music, is replaced with high-quality 256kbps legal songs.

The service in Japan is priced at 3980 yen.

(via MacRumors)

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Comments

  1. Right about time, why did they take so long?

  2. aeronperyton - 9 years ago

    And just like that, Hatsune Miku becomes 20% of Apple’s server traffic. :P

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