iTunes in the Cloud now expanded to include films

20 Jul 2012

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From today, most of the films you have downloaded from iTunes can now be accessed on anywhere through iTunes in the Cloud, the iCloud offshoot that stores your content for access on other devices.

Apple has expanded the content on iTunes in the Cloud to now include films alongside music, books and apps in 37 markets, including Ireland.

This means that films you purchase from iTunes can be accessed from any iPad, iPhone, iPod touch or computer (whether a Mac or PC with iTunes installed).

This saves users having to store bulky movie files on their computers and also means freer access to content they have paid for.

iTunes in the Cloud

Users can access iTunes in the Cloud via the iTunes Store.

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Elaine Burke is managing editor of Siliconrepublic.com

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