Apple has dished out version 10.5.2 of its iTunes platform, which comes with several key improvements for iTunes Match along with some bug fixes.
The company failed to specify exactly what improvements does the update bring for the iTunes Match service, but did mention that iTunes 10.5.2 comes with fixes for an audio distortion problem experienced while playing CDs using iTunes.
"iTunes 10.5.2 includes several improvements for iTunes Match and fixes an audio distortion problem when playing or importing certain CDs," the update description read.
iTunes Match, only available in the United States up until before the update, allows users to upload their entire iTunes music library on the cloud so that they are able to access it from anywhere. Apple is charging $25 per year from the users for the service, which is a part of the larger iCloud offering. iCloud is Apple's cloud storage platform which unifies content access on iOS devices.
Along with the update, iTunes Match, iTunes Store and iTunes in the Cloud will now be available in Brazil and Latin America (LA) reveals The Verge.