iTunes Match is going to allow for unlocked iphone 4 users to store their complete MP3 portfolio on iCloud. This should be interesting because it will allow for them to be able to put together all of the music that they have purchased through the iTunes flat form, and be able to access it anywhere. The iTunes Match store allows you to store your complete music library on the service, which then can be accessed from your car, and other locations. The service is currently in beta and is available to developers across the United States for the first time. Subscribers are going to be able to receive the itunes Match service during the beta period and will receive three months for free along with the 12 month paid subscription to the service.
In order to start utilizing the data for the service you can download the current version of the IOS five Beta along with the new version of the iTunes data, which will come with the new service installed. Once you have installed all of the new versions of the software, then you can subscribe for $24.99 per month to the iCloud service.
To say the least, it is going to be a very interesting service that will allow for people to put their entire collection on the iCloud service without having to do it themselves. This is something that will bring a lot of people through the new cloud-based music service and will allow for them to be able to hold on to all of the music that they have been downloading over the course of the last few years and to still use it with the new services that Apple has made available to their iphone 4 unlocked users. Its looks as though it should be a very interesting service that a lot of people will find to be useful.