Apple has slowly rolled out its iTunes Match service worldwide over the past few months, but today it looks like more countries were added, because the music matching service began rolling out in Italy, Portugal, Greece, Slovenia, and Austria. Users in these countries can now signup for the service that allows them to store all of their music to iCloud, and then sync the music to all of their iOS devices. MacStories first reported the news when it found a change in the Terms of Service, which now notes iTunes Match.

If you live in the countries listed above, make sure to let us know how the roll out is going in the comments below. The new countries are not yet mentioned on Apple’s iTunes Match page.

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