Just days after the roll out of the latest version of iTunes, the iTunes 11, Apple has made the iTunes store live in a few more countries, including India. It seems that the world’s best company Apple iTunes has launched its store in India live with a full-fledged range of music and movies. This is a part of the global roll out, which will see localized versions of iTunes store go live in Russia, Ukraine, Turkey, and possibly even Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and United Arab Emirates. The prices for the music on the India version of the iTunes store are mentioned in Indian currency too. Yes, now the users can download any Indian music beginning at the rate of Rs12 and any High Definition Movie from Rs 490. This massive move of apple has come up with monthly rental plans too that starts from Rs 120 only. So Indian users can now buy, music, movies and books on Apple’s online store through its iTunes software available on most Apple devices such as iPad and iPhone. From what we can see, all the latest Bollywood soundtracks seem to be available, suggesting no major labels are missing. There are quite a few movies available to buy or rent. The launch of the India chapter of iTunes means Apple is now ready to take the store globally. This is good for the consumers, who can now utilize the cloud service to get the music on all iOS devices. But the more important thing is that Apple now seems ready to take the piracy issue in most markets head on, considering that this is pretty much a global release.