Apple has been continuously working on their newly launched service for the iOS devices, iTunes Match. It appears that initial launch of the service was not the successful, as the Cupertino Company has delayed the launch of the service couple of times, and secondly, they only release it for the US members, but lately they have started expanding it in the other supported countries and inking deals with Music industry to allow them to host their content.

Apple has today rolled out iTunes Match service to 19 more countries in the area of Baltic states, Latin America and the Netherlands. Along with today’s launch, the iTunes Match service is now available to total 37 countries worldwide, and the other rest of countries at the moment only able to enjoy the Apple’s free iCloud service on their devices.

Apple has updated its iTunes Match service page on its official website, and now you can see that on which countries iTunes Match is available. The iTunes Match service page shows that Apple has included: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Estonia, Guatemala, Honduras, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, and Venezuela, in the iTunes Match supported countries.

iTunes Match seems to be the another powerful service of Apple for its iOS users, as it allows users to sync, their music libraries with iTunes and Apple’s hosted iTunes Match gallery, and then it will mirror all the music track on cloud without even uploading it to the Apple’s server. iTunes Match as well as provides you to stream your content on other connected iOS devices, and as well as providing you an efficient way to manage your whole music library. iTunes Match is available for subscribing at $24.99 a year.