iTunes Match service was first introduced more than a month ago in iOS 5 Beta 6 which allowed the iTunes users to upload their Music Library to iCloud Service which is also in beta testing mode. iTunes Match was spotted in iOS 5 Beta 6 release which was pulled of from iOS 5 Beta 7 due to undisclosed reasons however we will see the iTunes Match service integrated with iCloud in the final iOS 5. 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.
Sneak preview video of iTunes Match,