Apple Bumps ‘iTunes Match’ Limit From 25K To 100K Songs

While iTunes Match may not be a familiar service to some readers, its simplicity, and reasonable price-point have it easy to transfer a large existing library of songs to the cloud for access on all your devices. When the service originally launched in 2011 with a max limitation of 25,000 songs, most were under the impression that a quota of that size would be hardly able to reach.

Fast forward another four years and Apple is now on the verge of quadrupling this number up to a whopping 100,000 song capacity per user. Apple Music (which launches tomorrow) will receive a similar matching function with a 25K song capacity within the streaming service (separate from iTunes). A solid option for anyone who wants to ditch the yearly $25 iTunes Match cost while still reaping the benefit of library matching.

Image Credit: Apple (WWDC 2015 Keynote)
Via: Engadget
Source: Eddy Cue (Apple)