iTunes in the Cloud

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Published on June 06, 2022 with No Comments


We have been hearing for months and months about Apple finally bringing a media streaming service to their iDevices. Today, Steve Jobs himself announced a new feature to iTunes.  It will let you download any music you’ve purchased to all of your devices at no additional charge.  All new music you purchase can also automatically be downloaded and pushed to up to ten different devices.  iTunes in the Cloud is a product of Apple’s new iCloud service. (

What about all the music you currently have?  Even ripped music?  iTunes Match will fix that.  The iTunes Match service will let you put your existing collection off music in the “cloud.”  iTunes will scan your library and match your songs to the versions the Apple has.  This way Apple doesn’t have to upload your music if they already have it.  Get it?  This process is expected to take “minutes,” not “weeks.”  The iTunes in the Cloud service will run you $24.99 a year for up to 25,000 songs.

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