Apple iTunes Radio available to music fans in Australia, international roll out starts

Apple iTunes Radio available to music fans in Australia, international roll out starts
iTunes Radio has been announced by Apple for music fans in Australia. iTunes Radio was limited to the Unites States, and now with this launch, Australia has become the second country after the US to receive the internet  music streaming service. The ad-supported music streaming service officially starts international roll out. No word on what the next countries to get access are, but most likely to be the UK, Canada, and New Zealand according to previous reports.

For those of you who are new to the Apple's iTunes Radio, it is a free Internet radio service featuring over 100 stations, based on genre, artist or theme. It's free to listen to but is supported by advertising. iTunes Radio can be accessed on any iOS7 supporting device - an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, and the Apple TV or via the iTunes app on Mac, laptop and desktop PCs.

iTunes Radio is ad-supported and free for everyone. iTunes Match users get iTunes Radio ad-free, so instead of hearing the occasional ad on iTunes Radio, iTunes Match makes your listening completely ad-free. With iTunes Match, all your music—even songs you’ve imported from CDs—are stored in iCloud. iTunes Radio can use information about your entire music collection to make your stations even more personalized. iTunes Match costs AU$34.99 for a year.
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