Earlier today, Apple released Match Beta to developers through an email.
The email noted that all beta subscribers would get a bonus three-months free with their $24.99 subscription which covers both the beta and the 12-month normal launch subscription.
Apple also warns to keep a local backup of your library because it will be periodically resetting iCloud during beta testing.
When it is released, Match will provide a mobile iCloud version of your iTunes library, allowing you to bring up stored songs on any iCloud device. This is a very useful feature, and is what was expected of iCloud in the first place – so its no big suprise.
As of now, Apple states that iTunes Match will store you up to 25,000 songs – more than enough for any normal user – and the pricing will start at $24.99 per year.
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