This week iTunes got a little more Web savvy with a feature designed to clean up and beam up your music library with a little help from the cloud.
iTunes Match, which Apple originally promised to ship by the end of last month, went out to users as part of a software update this week. It stores music tracks in the cloud, and makes them available on any device with iTunes. It can also tidy up old collections of ripped CDs with high-quality versions from Apple's music store.
The $24.99-a-year service is a big step in bringing user … Read more