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Apple posts iTunes Match walkthrough video, FAQ

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By Charles Starrett

Contributing Editor
Published: Wednesday, December 28, 2011
News Categories: Apple, iCloud, iTunes

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Apple has posted a new webpage dedicated to its iTunes Match service. Launched in November, iTunes Match is a $25/year service that matches tracks in a user’s iTunes library with tracks stored on the company’s iTunes Store servers, uploading any tracks it can’t match, and offering users full access to all their music — up to 25,000 tracks — from any of their devices. The walkthrough video and page clearly explain how the service works and the steps needed to subscribe, while the FAQ addresses topics such as supported file types, number of devices supported—up to 10—and whether the service streams or downloads songs. For more information on iTunes Match, see our Instant Expert article.

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ok i need to put some music on my i pod but all need to show me how to do it and do i need i tunes om my i pod so i can get free music can all text me back so i can put music on my i pod????!!!!!!

Posted by daja on January 2, 2012 at 1:48 PM (PDT)

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