Dec 20

Google has just updated its Google Play music service that allows you to add up to 20,000 songs from your music collection to Google Play and stream it to your Android devices and your computer, anywhere you go. This is a service similar to Apple’s iTunes Match service. The big difference is that Google’s matching service does not have a subscription fee like Apple and Amazon’s do. » Google Launches Free Scan & Match Music Service Similar To Apple’s iTunes Match Service

Dec 14

Apple has just updated iTunes to version 11.0.1 to  fix a number of bugs including AirPlay Bugs, Speed Up Searching and iTunes Match. The update is available in the Mac App Store or via Apple’s support website here.

This update to the new iTunes addresses an issue where new purchases in iCloud may not appear in your library if iTunes Match is turned on, makes iTunes more responsive when searching a large library, fixes a problem where the AirPlay button may not appear as expected, and adds the ability to display duplicate items within your library.

The download is available for OS X (191.08 MB ), Windows (83.01 MB) and Windows64 (84.72 MB).

Jan 17

This is a quick note to inform you that Apple launched iTunes Match in 19 new countries including: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Estonia, Guatemala, Honduras, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, and Venezuela. Which brings the total number of countries with iTunes Match availability to 37. » iTunes Match Launches In 19 New Countries

Dec 16

Macrumors reported that they received reports from Canada, Ireland, Mexico, United Kingdom, Australia, France, New Zealand, and Spain that Apple iTunes Match finally is available  internationally. First users in those countries did report successful sign-ups for the service, and after checking it turns out that  iTunes Match does appear to be working in the new countries, with subscribers libraries being matched. » Apple iTunes Match Goes Live Internationally

Dec 13

TheNextWeb reported that the Apple TV is now available in the Brazilian online Apple Store, only a few hours after Apple started offering films and music in the Brazilian iTunes Store. In Brazil Apple products are way more expensive than in the US, the Apple TV can be purchased for R$399 in Brazil (US$217) while it only costs $99 in the US. » Apple TV Is Now Available In Brazil

Dec 09

It is surprising to see how Samsung keeps on insulting Apple fans in their Galaxy commercials such as their new TV ad about the Galaxy SII that can be seen above. This time it is about iCloud and iTunes Match and how the Galaxy SII is just as easy to get all your movies or music on. What do you guys think about Samsungs new way of creating TV ads?

Nov 29

Apple just dropped iOS 5.1 beta 1 to developers. At a first glance the only new feature is dictation support in text input views. Other than that, they have probably fixed the battery issue but we can not confirm that at the moment. In the iTunes Match settings there is now a “Use Cellular Data” option to sync iTunes Match music. And in the screenshot below, there is a new “geofencing” setting to reportedly stop battery drain in the Reminders app when not in use. » Apple Drops iOS 5.1 Beta 1

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