Apple is at it again! Last week it was announced that an additional 32 countries now have access to the iTunes App Store. Apple is keeping the ball rolling, this time targeting Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, and nine other countries in Asia.

The Asian iTunes Stores will feature both local music as well as international music from all the major labels and thousands of independent labels. Customers will also be able to rent or buy movies from the iTunes Store. It joins the App Store, which offers over 650,000 apps to consumers in 155 countries.

Countries that can now access the iTunes Store include: Brunei, Cambodia, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Phillipines, Thailand, Sri Lanka, and Vietnam.

This brings it to a total of 150 countries worldwide that can now access the iTunes Store. Well done, Apple.

Source: Apple

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