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Apple executive Eddy Cue has revealed on Twitter that the company’s cloud music service, iTunes Match, will soon allow users to upload up to 100,000 songs, a significant increase on the current limit of 25,000 songs. The song upload limit will be raised when Apple launches iOS 9 later this year.

Cue also confirmed that iTunes Match functionality will be integrated into Apple Music. iTunes Match currently costs $24.99 per year, but anyone who forks out $9.99 per month for Apple Music will also be able to upload up to 100,000 songs to the cloud as well by the time iOS 9 launches.

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