iTunes Match has finally arrived, a bit tardier than iOS 5 and iCloud released earlier this month, but none the worse for wear. Whether or not you’ve pulled the trigger on the $24.99 per year subscription service -- or are about to -- it might be helpful to know that Apple’s latest cloud-based offering isn’t for everyone. Here’s a look at some ways Apple could make it even better.
Originally announced for a late October release, iTunes Match is finally here, a couple of weeks late but no worse for the wear. The service requires iTunes 10.5.1, which went live on Monday and now allows users to “scan and match” their music library against iCloud for only $24.99 per year.