We have good news for PC users. Apple has just officially announced the arrival of iTunes to the Windows 10 store. Although the application has been available for the Microsoft operating system for many years, this is the first time it makes its official debut in the app store.
“We’ve been working with Microsoft to offer the full iTunes experience to our customers and we need a little more time to do it right,” Apple said in 2017 when he announced the platform’s arrival to Windows.
This is what the official iTunes app looks like in Windows 10
In this way, in addition to being able to enjoy content such as music, movies and TV shows from their PCs, Microsoft users can also manage their entire iTunes music library, online or offline, and of course without ads.
Also, another key issue is that by installing iTunes directly from the app store, users can dismiss Apple Uncomfortable notifications, because the app will be updated automatically and in the background from the Microsoft Score. The iTunes application is available to all users of Fall Creators Update and later versions of Windows 10.
Via: Microsoft Store
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