India is next in line to gain access to its very own iTunes Store, expected to launch in the next few weeks.
Following the official launch of Apple’s iTunes Store in 12 Asian countries, e27′s music industry source tells us that India is next in line to get its very own iTunes Store.
According to e27′s source, the iTunes Store app is already available in the country and was supposed to launch in the third week of November. Seems like Apple is facing a slight delay in its plans to provide Indian consumers access to its 28 million strong international library of songs, videos, ebooks and apps for sale.
The service is expected to make its Indian debut in the upcoming weeks. For a full list of countries where the Apple iTunes Store is available in, check out the Wikipedia listing. Also, for a list of music streaming service in Asia, read our latest comparison and insider information on some of the biggest music streaming names such as Spotify, KKBOX and Deezer to find out more about their plans in Asia.
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