While we all were heavily expecting the launch of iTunes Match with the final version of iTunes 10.5.1, it appears that Apple is still hunting down some bugs of iTunes Match before the public release, and aggressively seeding beta updates to developers to made iTunes Match perfect than the public launch. Earlier morning, Apple has cleaned all the music libraries from the iTunes Match, and right after that they released the third beta of iTunes Match in iTunes 10.5.1 Beta 3 for developers.
Apple has seeded iTunes 10.5.1 beta 3 to developers with a lot of improvements for iTunes and iTunes Match. We have just got access to try it and can surely say that its much faster than previous beta, and with the launch of beta 3, it seems that Apple is almost ready to launch iTunes Match anytime in near feature.
Apple has already missed the announced date of iTunes Match launch at the end of October, and then again, rumored to launch the service in the first two week of November. As Apple has announced to developers that they have wiped out the libraries, to get ready for the iTunes Match launch soon.
Apple’s iTunes Match will releases as an add-ons service of iTunes that mirrors the user libraries to iCloud and made it available on cross platform and iOS devices. iTunes Match Beta 3 has almost fixes the most highlighted bug, as some developers reported iTunes Match service messed up their libraries, but now it appears that Apple has fixed the bugs, and now testing it for final launch.