iTunes 10.5 Beta 6 was released 10 days ago which supported iOS 5 Beta 6 installation/up-gradation and today a minor revision of iTunes 10.5 Beta 6.1 has been released which supports the latest iTunes Match service. iTunes Match Service allows the iTunes users to upload their Music Library to iCloud Service which is also in beta testing mode.
iTunes Match service will be provided at 25$ a year and will allow the users to sync their music data to the iCloud Service. The major benefit of Sync Music Library will be the use of this music on all Apple Devices including Apple TV, Mac and iDevices. One the salient feature of iTunes Match service is you don’t have to upload data every time e.g. if you are trying to save Justin Bieber album onto iCloud, iTunes Match service will search the same album onto its servers and if available it will save the links of 256kbps ACC songs to your iCloud account. If you want to download this release legally, you must need to get yourself registered as Apple developer. However, if you have not subscriber yourself as developer then you can get the subscription from Apple’s developer website for $99 per year.
iOS5 which is due to release in this fall includes over 200 new features available to iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Some most awaited features in iOS 5 includesNotification Center, iMessage, , photos and videos between all iOS devices and Newsstand which is basically gives you a new way to purchase and organize newspaper andmagazine subscriptions.
So if you want to download iTunes 10.5 Beta 6.1 then visit Apple Developer Page.