iTunes Match, the new Apple service that would allow users to access their media library via the iCloud on any device, is still not available, despite Apple's promises that it would be ready by the end of October.

iTunes Match is expected to sell for $24.99, PC Magazine reported. It would allow all media to be stored on the cloud, another new Apple application launched in October. Any device or computer runnin iOS would be able to access the cloud and use the music and videos stored by a user there, according to PC Magazine.

It would also scan a library for music ripped from a CD rather than purchased from iTunes. If iTunes sells that music, it would replace the ripped version with the higher quality iTunes version, if the user is a subscirber to the Match service, according to CNET.

Apple has made no announcement about when iTunes Match will finally be made available.