Apple reportedly raising iTunes Match song limit, has yours changed?
It appears as though Apple has quitely started raising the song limit for iTunes Match and iCloud Music Library. Previously capped at 25,000 songs, a number of people are reporting that they are now able to add tracks past that limit. Apple themselves have so far said nothing on the matter.
Both songs that you have ripped from CDs, along with those that you've added from Apple Music, count against your iTunes Match limit, so this increase is welcome. It was announced earlier this year that the limit would be increased to 100,000 songs by the end of 2015.
Are you now able to add more than 25,000 songs to your library? Let us know in the comments below.
Via: Kirk McElhearn
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