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Apple has quietly increased the 25,000 songs limit for iTunes Match and iCloud Music Library

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Apple has quietly increased the 25,000 songs limit for iTunes Match and iCloud Music Library

According to a record via blogger Kirk McElhearn, Apple has increased iTunes Match and iCloud Music Library monitor limits above the unique 25,000 monitor threshold. This building up, whilst but to be formally stated via Apple, has been in the playing cards because no less than summer time.
Back in June, Eddy Cue had showed that the corporate deliberate to extend the 25,000 music limit with the release of Apple Music. Cue had stated that Apple used to be running to extend the limit to 100,000 songs for iOS 9, however the limit wasn’t increased while the iOS tool update used to be launched in September.

It isn't transparent if the limit has been increased to 100,000 songs as Apple is but to update the beef up web page. It nonetheless says “you'll be able to have as much as 25,000 songs on your song library.”

The 100,000 music limit will permit Apple Music to surpass Google Play Music, which shall we customers add 50,000 songs. However, Google’s add carrier is loose — you don’t want a Play Music subscription — at the same time as iTunes Match has been priced at $24.99 a yr.
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