iTunes Store opens in 12 Asian countries

Apple launches iTunes Store in 12 new Asia markets and this will give access to millions of songs and movies including local favourites.

The iTunes Store will feature a collection of Asia and international music from all the major labels and many independent labels. Finally the 12 additional countries Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Brunei, Cambodia, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Sri Lanka and Vietnam can benefit of this feature. However, the regional giants like India and China are not on the list.

Apple is allowing its customers to choose from more than 28 million songs including Asian star from Taiwan, Hong- Kong or Korea. But also a huge assortment of movies from studios such as Universal, 20th Century Fox, Paramount, Disney and Warner Brothers.

Apple is expanding its service to more countries in regions worldwide and now it is available in 12 countries in Europe and 16 countries in Latin America. The iTunes Store was already available to Asian users in Japan, New Zealand and Australia.

Apple’s iTunes is also getting a Cloud feature. According to iTunes:

‘’Tunes in the Cloud lets you download your previously purchased iTunes music to all your iOS devices at no additional cost, and new music purchases can be downloaded automatically to all your devices. In addition, music not purchased from the iTunes Store can gain the same benefits by using iTunes Match, a new service that stores your entire music library in iCloud for access at any time, from any iOS device. iTunes Match is available for purchase in the new countries added today.’’

Just click here, take a look and see how you can create an account to see the full range of content in iTunes.

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