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Apple Music is expanding again, with its footprint now taking in an additional 52 countries. That means the service is now available in 167 countries, with Africa and Latin America prominent in the list of new additions – the former in particular, where the rollouts include 25 countries.

MBW reported that the expansion includes the launch of Apple’s App Store and Podcasts service in dozens of new countries too, while the Beats 1 radio station will now be available in seven new countries in the Middle East. “We hope our customers can discover their new favorite apps, games, music and podcasts as we continue to celebrate the world’s best creators, artists and developers,” said Apple Music boss Oliver Schusser.

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