Apple as one of the leading mobile phone companies is now advancing and planning to upsurge the song limit of its iTunes Match which is going to vary from 25,000 to 100,000 for IOS 9.
Media sources revealed the plan in a tweet on Friday. There are numerous cool new features in IOS 9 comprising a bunch that Apple hasn’t even publicized and we’ve just found another to enhance to the list. iTunes Match subscribers will soon be capable to store up to 100,000 songs in iCloud and has the variety of 25,000-song limit that’s been in place since the service first launched in 2011.
iTunes Match determines which songs in your library are available in the iTunes Store. Any music with a match is automatically added to iCloud for you to listen to anytime, on any device. For the songs that aren’t, iTunes uploads what it can’t match (which is much faster than uploading your entire music library.
The news was revealed by Apple administrative Eddy Cue on Twitter in reply to a number of questions about how the company’s future music streaming service Apple Music will assimilate with iTunes Match. He not only mentions the new 100,000 song limit but also tell that Apple plans to introduce alongside iOS 9 later this year. Cue repeated that all Apple Music subscriptions will basically include iTunes Match.
Another question was raised as Apple Music subscribers will still require to pay the $25/year fee for iTunes Match. In response to that Cue said the same basic structures of uploading the tracks in your library we don’t have are part of Apple Music.
Apple Music will search thoroughly and match and upload any songs you specify so that you can access them anywhere just like iTunes Match. This shows that if there’s any song or album you need to download or to listen to that’s not involved in the Apple Music collection now you can just buy it from any source and then listen to it in the same app no matter which device you use.
This will be a great opportunity for the music lovers. The grouping of Apple Music and iTunes Match alongside the new 100,000 song limit carries the company’s contributions up to par with Google Play Music, which lets you upload up to 50,000 songs and stream from a huge collection of music as part of its subscription service.