Apple increases the track limits for iTunes Match and iCloud Music Library

7 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Apple Bumps up Limit on iTunes Match and Apple Music to 100,000 Songs.

Since iTunes Match launched in 2011, a subset of users, including myself, have been clamoring for an increase to its limit of 25,000 matched and uploaded tracks. Here’s good news for music lovers who use Apple handsets, the company has offered more music storage in the cloud by bumping up the limit on iTunes Match and Apple Music to 100,000 songs. With the advent of Apple Music, and the ability to select from a nearly limitless amount of music to add to libraries, users have been frustrated by this ceiling.

He later told MacRumors that it would arrive before the end of the year, and the blog has now confirmed that Cupertino has finally “started rolling out support for 100K libraries.” The expansion extends to iTunes Match, which compares your song collection to Apple’s library of tunes and plays any matches without requiring a download. Last Friday, users started seeing that they could add more tracks to libraries that were at the limit, and over the weekend, a number of users confirmed to me via Twitter, and email, and in comments on my blog, that they had seen their limits increase, though some users were not yet seeing this new limit. The new update will allow Apple users to have online music libraries twice the size of the 50,000 tracks that Google Play Music offers, although that service is free.

By raising the limit of the cloud, Apple has kept the promise made by Eddy Cue, the company’s senior vice president of Internet software and Services.

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