Apple has seeded a new version of iTunes 10.5 i.e. beta 6.1. Along with the iTunes updated beta veraion, Apple has also released the beta version of iTunes Match to developers. iTunes Match is the feature that helps you get all your music in iCloud.
iTunes Match will scan your music and matches it with songs available in iCloud. These songs can then be streamed directly from iTunes without the need to download it yourself. iTunes Match is available to US developers for an annual subscription of $24.99 and provides support for 25,000 songs. This limit however, does not include any songs that have been purchased from iTunes.
iTunes Match is meant for music only, it does not provide support to any apps download or TV shows etc.
The iTunes Match beta is for developers only. Any songs that are uploaded onto Cloud servers during the testing phase would be erased eventually. So developers need to keep back up of their original music. Furthermore, at this point the only some specific songs formats are supported by the Match feature. However, all this will improve as the testing phase rolls out and the next version may see further improvements.
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