Apple debuts iTunes Match, linking devices with cloud

11/14/2011 | Computerworld · MocoNews.net

Apple on Monday introduced its $25-a-year iTunes Match service, which lets users listen to their entire music library -- not just songs bought through iTunes -- on up to 10 devices through its new iCloud syncing service. Subscribers don't have to upload their entire libraries, because Apple matches songs in their collection to those in its iTunes library, which customers can download instantly.

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