Earlier this morning, number of users suddenly started claiming that iTunes in the Cloud now available in their area, where the service recently was not ready for use. Since we figured out mostly users are from the Hungary and Poland, who claims that iTunes in the Cloud service goes available in the area. On investigation, we discovered; Apple practically expands its iTunes in the Cloud network, and brings 35 new countries into its spider of iTunes In the Cloud. To those who are not aware of iTunes in the cloud, is actually a service that brings the iTunes Movie into the cloud service that allows you to download your purchased content anytime on any device with logged-in your account.
The service also allows you to sync your already purchased DVD content from hardware discs to soft form in the Apple’s servers, so you can be able to access the process on any of your iOS devices or Apple TV anytime. The service was launched along iCloud services, but Apple takes a lot more time into bringing these features to wide network of iTunes in every country. Now the Movies are available outside the United States for the first time through iTunes, and this expansion of iTunes in the Cloud to new countries makes the iTunes network on more than 50 countries worldwide.
The iTunes in the Cloud is now available on these below mentioned countries from the date now:
Australia, Argentine, Bolivia, Brazil, Brunei, Cambodia, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Hong Kong, Hungary, Ireland, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, the Philippines, Singapore, Slovakia, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, the U.K., Venezuela, and Vietnam
The users in these countries now can login to their accounts, and can manage their old purchased movies and songs content with the iTunes in the Cloud. The service also allows them to download the content on their device up to unlimited times.