The iTunes Match limit of 25,000 tracks is too low for people with serious music collections; Apple needs to increase this limit.
Apple’s iTunes Match is a $25 a year service that lets you match tracks from your iTunes library with music in the iTunes Store, store your music in the cloud, and stream or download it to different devices. It can be practical for people who want access to their music on the go, as long […]
Apple hasn’t said whether iTunes Match has changed at all, but I’m seeing an issue with a number of purchased tracks in my library with iTunes 12. I have about 60 tracks that show an iCloud Status of “Removed,” and which, while they are in my iTunes library on my Mac, they don’t show up […]
One of the promises of iTunes Match is that you can access your iTunes library from the cloud, and listen to all of your music on any computer or iOS device that’s linked to your iTunes account. For many users, this works fine, because they simply want to play random songs, or choose specific albums […]
When iTunes Radio was launched, one of its features was that iTunes Match subscribers wouldn’t hear ads. But this was only the case of your device had iTunes Match turned on. So if you had an iTunes Match subscription, but didn’t want iTunes Match turned on on a specific device or computer, you’d hear ads. […]