Apple iTunes now available in 12 more countries

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  • 11 years ago

Apple is getting aggressive day by day to attract more International market share by launching its office App store in new countries.

After launching the App Store in 32 new markets last week, the company has today officially announced that it has opened doors for 12 more.Apple has launched the iTunes store in Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Brunei, Cambodia, Laos, Macau, Philippines, Thailand, Sri Lanka, and Vietnam.

People using the  localized versions would be able to benefit from the iTunes cloud feature allowing them to download past iTunes music purchases on their iOS devices free of cost. iTunes Match; a cloud music streaming service by Apple would also be available to users in these countries who will have the option to purchase the service.

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