We've seen quite a few hints that iTunes Radio would soon be available outside of the US, and it's now clear that there was something to all those clues: The music service is now available in Australia. Listeners on the island nation can get the same personalized radio streams as their American counterparts, and they can strip out ads if they fork over $35 AUD per year for an iTunes Match subscription. Apple hasn't confirmed rumors of impending iTunes Radio launches in Canada and the UK, but we imagine that it's just a matter of time before music lovers in those countries can tune in.
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