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Apple Music Library raises iTunes Match limit to 100,000 tracks

It was disclosed earlier this year by Eddy Cue, disclosing that now the time has come so that you can entry up to 100,000 songs anywhere with iTunes or Apple Music. As per MacRumors, who confirmed the news with Apple’s senior vice president of Internet Software and Services Eddy Cue, Apple has commenced rolling out support for a large amount of libraries — those with up to 100,000 tracks. Apple’s internet software and services senior vice president, Eddy Cue disclosed earlier this year that they were looking to increase the song limit from 25,000 to 100,000. Apple already started to update its support page on uploading music Apple Music to document the new boundary. Eddy Cue has confirmed toMacRumors that Apple as a matter of fact already “started rolling out support for 100k libraries.” A number of users mentioned that they have already observed an increase in their Apple Match limit which allowed them to add more tracks from Apple Music. However, Apple’s support page for Apple Music still says that the limit is still at 25,000. Probably an update will follow as soon as the new extended limit is applied universally to all iTunes Match and Apple Music subscribers. Through using iTunes Match or Apple Music’s libraries you are able to match songs in the iTunes Cloud so that you can access in your music collections over multiple devices with easy and comfort.

Adele’s ‘25’ Sets a New One Week Sales Records in U.S.

We all knew that Adele’s third album ‘25’ would be huge, but no one could have imagined just how high it would go! According to Nielsen Music, this British singer’s latest music album ‘25’ has already sold over 2.8 million copies only in the Unites States since its release on Friday which already makes it the best selling album of this year. Even, this ‘25’ album breaks the record of NSYNS’s No Strings Attached which debuted with over 2.4 million sales in 2000. This 2.8 million U.S. sales also includes 1.45 million sales from online retailers like Apple’s iTunes and so on. Not only that, ‘25’ has also been sold over 2,61,000 unites only in Canada, which is another biggest record in that country based on four days selling statistics. It’s very likely that this music album is on its way to 3.1 million or more sales by the end of this Thursday which will give it the biggest sales week since SoundScan started tracking album sales in 1991. You might have already know that, Adele and her music company, Sony Music, decided to not release this album in any streaming service like Apple Music and Spotify, as these services pay less than outright sales. Now it seems like Adele and her music company took the right decision and such amazing record breaking 2.8 million sales on just first week is the proof of that.
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