According to web reports iTunes Match is being rolled out in additional countries after expanding it to 19 countries previously.
Macstories was the first to spot the new terms & conditions of iTunes, suggesting an imminent launch in Italy. Also they got reports that iTunes Match is showing up alongside iTunes in the Cloud in Austria, Slovenia and Portugal as well.
Greek iPhone confirms that the service has gone live in Greece as other outlets claim that iTunes Match is also a go-go in Austria, Slovenia and Portugal. With Italy and Austria now being iTunes Match-friendly, it’s a safe bet that Apple will flip the switch for the whole Euro zone anytime soon.
The MacStories article has confirmed that iTunes Match is now live in Italy, priced at €24.99 a year, versus $24.99 in the United States.
At the moment, the option to sign up for iTunes Match is not showing up yet in Portugal and some other places but you can now download all the albums, apps and books you bought in iTunes Store.
iTunes Match works like a breeze, letting you access your music across network-enabled devices without too much fuss. Your iTunes purchases are also kept in safe locker which can be retrieved at anytime you want. There a few bugs at the moment, but tit’s expected to be fixed soon.