Apple Launches iTunes Store in 12 Asian Countries
Apple has launched iTunes Store in 12 new Asian countries. The new Asian countries are Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand, Macau, Philippines, Brunei and Laos. This is really a great news for the music lovers those are staying in the above countries. Now you can use iTunes Store to download various music on your iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, Mac and PC. You can purchase and download lots of local and international music from iTunes Store. If you want to purchase music from iTunes Store, then you must have a valid credit card. Recently Apple has expanded App Store to 32 new countries.
iTunes Store includes more than 20 million local and international high-quality songs. It includes some famous classical musicians such as Yuja Wang, Lang Lang and Yo Yo Ma. It also includes various local and international artists such as Jason Mraz, ADELE, The Beatles, Andy Lau, Jay Chou and Girls Generation. You can notice that India is not available in the list of 12 Asian countries. Still iTunes Store is not available in India. If you are staying in India, then you have to wait for some more time to be able to purchase music from iTunes Store. If you are using Cloud, then you can download previously purchased songs from iTunes without any extra cost. Purchased songs will be downloaded to your iOS device automatically.
If you don’t want to purchase music from iTunes store, then you can use iTunes Match service to store them in iCloud. After storing your music in iCloud, you can access them from your iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. For this you have to purchase iTunes Match. You have to download iTunes 10.6.3 to use iTunes Store. iTunes 10.6.3 is available for free of cost. You can download iTunes 10.6.3 for Windows and Mac from the link given below.
- Click here to download iTunes 10.6.3 for Windows and Mac.