CUPERTINO, Califonia (TAL) — Apple has turned-on its Apple’s iTunes Match service — after keeping people waiting for two weeks.
The service which is to be accessed by paying a fixed $25-a-year for subscription promises to keep record of every song on a person’s computer and the store the tunes in the cloud account (online account ondistant servers).
The songs you have stored on the online server can then be downloaded or streamed to any other Apple devices without needing to physically connect them to the computer.
Songs that are not recognized can be uploaded automatically. The service promises to function with multiple computers used by the same person by eliminating duplicates.
Apple Inc. declined to comment on the delay. Apple had earlier said that iTunes Match would be available by the end of October.
An earlier message on iTunes saying new accounts were not being accepted was posted in error and has since been removed.