Multinational technology company, Apple Inc. has increased the song upload/ matching limit for iTunes Match and Apple Music libraries to 100,000 songs.
Previously, libraries were limited to 25,000, but now it is accommodating additional songs matched and/or uploaded.
Apple’s senior vice president of Internet Software and Services, Eddy Cue, confirmed to MacRumors, that the streaming service is indeed raising the limit and will slowly roll out the feature to all users.
Cue had earlier announced that the upgrade was coming in June.
The move means you’ll be able to have an online music library twice as big as the 50,000 tracks Google Play Music offers, although that service is free. Apple requires you to pay either $24.99 (about N5525) a year for iTunes Match or $9.99 (about N2100) a month for Apple Music to make use of the cloud locker.
Users with the streaming service will be able to upload their offline collection of songs to the libraries so they can listen to tracks anywhere they go. They will also be able to download songs onto any of their Apple devices by using the iCloud storage.