iTunes Match

April 2016
Computer Desktop Encyclopedia;Apr2016, p1
Reference Entry
A music locker service from Apple that lets iTunes users stream or download their music from iCloud to their devices. Introduced in 2011, users do not have to upload their music. Apple gives credit for all the music files it finds in the user's iTunes library no matter how they were obtained. Only titles that Apple does not own have to be uploaded. In addition, the music may be downloaded in a higher resolution than the one the user actually owns.


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    The article presents questions and answers related to iPods and iTunes including why iTunes cost money, users for the iTunes Match service and the kinds of content that iTunes Match can upload.

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    The article evaluates the iTunes Match music subscription service, from Apple Inc.

  • Understanding iTunes Match. VINES, ROSE // Techlife Australia (Bauer Media Group);Aug2012 Tech Life, p96 

    The article evaluates the iTunes Match music software from Apple Inc.

  • How to Upgrade Tracks to iTunes Match, Fast. Snell, Jason // Macworld;Feb2012, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p70 

    The article focuses on the method of replacing old music files with new ones through iTunes Match in a faster way.

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  • Ask the iTunes Guy. McELHEARN, KIRK // Macworld;May2013, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p72 

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    Provides information on the Windows software develop by Apple for its iTunes Music Store, an online music service. Description of the version of iTunes created by Apple for Windows; Reason for developing the Windows version; Functionality of iTunes software matched with Mac OS program.

  • Services That Can Move Your Music to the Cloud. Paul, Ian // PCWorld;Jan2012, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p15 

    The article offers information on several services that can move music to the cloud including Google Music Beta, iTunes Match, and Murfie.


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