Apple today launched its iTunes Music Store in Australia, providing Australian music fans the same features, pricing and integration with iPod that the other music stores features. “The iTunes Music Store is now available in 21 countries and features over one million songs from major and independent record labels and over 1,000 music videos in Australia. Pricing has been set at AUD$1.69 per song, $3.39 per video and with most albums at $16.99 including GST. “We’re thrilled to bring the revolutionary iTunes Music Store to Australia,” said Eddy Cue, Apple’s vice president of iTunes. “iTunes features the largest catalogue of local and international music in Australia with over one million songs, enabling music fans to purchase their favourites with one click and have them automatically sync to their iPod.”