Apple posts support article confirming iTunes Match availability in 17 countries, forgets Brazil

Apple has posted a support article to back up its recent, silent roll out of iTunes Match content internationally. iTunes Match has been available in the United States since November but last week some other international countries started to see it appear too.

The support article confirms that iTunes Match is now available across seventeen countries including Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Spain and the United Kingdom. The article also goes on to confirm what content is available through Apple’s iTunes in the Cloud service. Interestingly, it forgets to include Brazil, which is the only additional country for which Apple issued an official press release. Curious.

iTunes in the Cloud allows users to download content they have already purchased through iTunes onto different devices over the air. It covers content such as Music, Music Videos, TV Shows and Books. There is a well laid out table to confirm exactly what is available based on your location.

Source: Apple Support Article, thanks @setteB.IT!

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Apple posts support article confirming iTunes Match availability in 17 countries, forgets Brazil


Does anyone know if iTunes match matches songs not available in the US store? Or it works across all stores?

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