As Apple’s iTunes finally launches in Africa, what are the implications for homegrown African music download services?
Finally, after many years of waiting for those of us who would prefer to buy authentic and high quality digital music downloads, Apple’s iTunes finally launched in a good number of African markets yesterday. More specifically, the list of countries in Africa where iTunes is now available includes the following:
A few days ago, Apple launched its iTunes App Store in 33 new countries globally that include Nigeria, Tanzania, Algeria and Ghana in Africa. These countries join Botswana, Kenya, Madagascar, Mali, Mauritius, Niger, Senegal, Tunisia, South Africa, Egypt and Uganda who already have their own versions of Apple’s iTunes App