iTunes Match’s International Rollout Continues

We reported yesterday that Apple is rolling out its iTunes Match to the public internationally. In our recent report, we told you that Apple had lifted the US-only restriction from its music matching service and started to roll it out to other countries.

Since its rollout to international market, we have received a number of different complaints from users having difficulty in signing-in for the service. Such problems forced many users to thing as if the rollout was accidental. Despite the issues, the rollout continues to expand to other countries as well.

According to MacRumors, iTunes Match is now available in more countries and is actually working properly:

“MacRumors readers in a number of countries have been reporting over the past few hours that they are being presented with updated terms and conditions for the iTunes Store mentioning iTunes Match. And now prominent links to iTunes Match have appeared on the front page of the iTunes Store in at least Canada, Ireland, Mexico and the United Kingdom.”

Yesterday, the rollout was for Canada, Europe and Australia, but the recent reports suggest that the rollout is extended to Mexico, Ireland, France, New Zealand, Germany and Spain. There are few users in these countries having issues with the service. However, there are many who even started uploading their iTunes libraries.

If you are lucky enough to be a resident of any of these country, try the iTunes Match and let us know about your experience in the comments.

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