Apple has sent an email blast out to registered developers notifying them that additional developers are now able to access the iTunes Match beta. Late last month, Apple opened the beta to some developers, but did not allow access to other developers after the registration quota was met. The email also notes that developers need […]
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Apple Opens iTunes Match to More Developers

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Apple has sent an email blast out to registered developers notifying them that additional developers are now able to access the iTunes Match beta. Late last month, Apple opened the beta to some developers, but did not allow access to other developers after the registration quota was met.

The email also notes that developers need to have iTunes 10.5 beta 8 installed to use the service. They also note, again, that iCloud libraries will be wiped at the end of the beta, and that developers should retain a copy of their music libraries.

iTunes Match will be a $24.99/year add-on service offered by Apple in tandem with their free iCloud service, when it’s made available to the public later this year.

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