iTunes arrives on the Microsoft Store – at last

iTunes has in spite of everything landed in the Microsoft Store. The release comes three months after eagle-eyed Apple enthusiasts spotted small tweaks to the desktop device suggesting a Windows app used to be in the works, and nearly a 12 months after it used to be introduced at Microsoft's Build 2017 convention.

This makes iTunes to be had to customers of Windows 10 ^( S (or S Mode, as it is going to quickly grow to be), who’re not able to put in device from outdoor the Windows Store.

We’d anticipated the app to reach along the Windows 10 Spring Creators Update (or Redstone 4, or April Creators Update), however with that release nonetheless in purgatory, it sort of feels Microsoft has relented and let Apple pass forward.

Apple juice

iTunes for Windows is a directly port of the current desktop device, however packaged in some way that enabled distribution by way of the Microsoft Store. The outdated desktop device received’t replace to the new app routinely even though; while you set up the app, the installer will be offering to take away the legacy model for you. Your song library received’t be affected.

Don’t be expecting a Google Play Music app to reach in the Microsoft Store any time quickly – Google had a cheeky take a look at at smuggling a Chrome installer into the Microsoft Store, which Microsoft impulsively got rid of, mentioning safety problems. We doubt it'll be opening the doorways to different Alphabet apps any time quickly.

Via Ars Technica

  • If iTunes isn’t your groove, you’ll be able to additionally to find our favourite unfastened song app MusicBee in the Microsoft Store

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