Apple today expanded iTunes in the Cloud in Germany, including access to films and tv shows. As noted by German website iFun. de [Google Translation] German individuals are now able to download TV programs on their Apple TVs, as well as gain access to previously purchased movie and tv content on any of their Apple tools.

Before today’s upgrade, iTunes in the Cloud in Germany was limited to songs, apps, and e-books, though German individuals had the ability to buy flicks via iTunes.

Apple has actually likewise reportedly updated its terms of solution in the country to mirror the brand-new content offerings, but the iTunes in the Cloud support web page and the country’s Apple TV web page have yet to be upgraded.

iTunes in the Cloud, which permits iTunes users to download recently acquired content, initially introduced back in June of 2011 in the United States, with UNITED STATE users obtaining accessibility to films and TELEVISION shows in March of 2012.

Apple has actually been dealing with expanding flick and television show coverage to additional countries because that time. Presently, a variety of countries have iTunes in the Cloud access to films, while tv programs are limited to merely 5 countries.

Apple last expanded iTunes in the Cloud back in August of 2013, adding movie support in Japan and seven various other European nations, consisting of Austria, Switzerland, and Italy.

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