Apple’s iTunes Match arrives in Japan

On Thursday, Apple opened its iTunes Match cloud storage and syncing add-on service to Japan, two-and-a-half years after its original US debut, and in time to take full advantage of the iPhone’s staggering popularity in the country. During a conference call with analysts, CEO Tim Cook said that the iPhone now accounts for more than 57 percent marketshare, and that Mac sales have also improved — seeing “double digit” increases. The subscription-based service is ideal for users who want to carry around large libraries of music with the confines of the space-limited iPhone….

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