The iTunes of Apple is available on Windows Store starting today, April 27. This means that the software will now run on the PCs running Windows 10 S, that’s soon to be the S mode.
The best part is that it is downloadable free of cost. Home to Apple Music, you can now access 45 million songs without the need for Wi-Fi. The app description in the Store further reads that you can have a radio in every genre, along with “handpicked playlists, and Beats 1 live or on demand.”
The Windows 10 users who are already using the standard desktop app of iTunes, its introduction to the Windows Store isn’t going to make a difference. However, Windows 10 S only allows app installation from the Microsoft Store, and its users will now be able to find the app easily.
Alongside Apple Music streaming, the app also provides syncing of iPhones and iPads. It can even upgrade the devices. Additionally, it enables users to go for purchases in the iTunes Store.
The Store version of iTunes is equipped with the Centennial technology of Microsoft. It lets packaging up regular Windows apps for distribution and installation via the store. Now, it doesn’t possess the installer and updater of Apple, but the Windows Store updater. This ensures that iCloud or other Apple software will not be downloaded by the app.
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