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At last conveying Apple iTunes application is available on Microsoft’s Windows 10 app store from April 26th. Microsoft first uncovered almost a year prior that iTunes would go to the Microsoft Store before the finish of 2017. Be that as it may, in December 2017, Apple said that iTunes won’t be accessible in the Microsoft Store that year, as the organization required “somewhat more time” to convey the “full iTunes encounter” to clients.

iTunes is a standout amongst the most hunt down applications that wasn’t accessible in the Microsoft Store, and the expansion will be a lift to Microsoft’s Windows 10 S Mode endeavors. Windows 10 in S Mode just supports applications accessible in the Microsoft Store, and iTunes will furnish Windows 10 clients with an approach to get to Apple Music.

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“Now you can download Apple iTunes from Microsoft Store and easily play your favorite music, movies, and more — right from your Windows 10 PC. iTunes is also home to Apple Music, where you can listen ad-free to over 45 million songs and download your favorites to enjoy without using WiFi. iTunes is free to download, and you can try Apple Music free for three months. There’s no commitment, and you can cancel anytime,” says Microsoft in its blogpost.

Preceding accessibility now, iTunes for Windows was accessible just as an standalone download. Conveying the product to the Microsoft Store ensures similarity with Windows 10 S devices. Keeping in mind the end goal to download the iTunes application, the PC ought to run Windows 10 version 1709 and build 16299, or later. The download size of the document is 476.7MB and is perfect with both x86 and x64 PCs.

With iTunes now accessible on the Microsoft Store, Windows 10 S clients would now be able to oversee Apple equipment, buy movies and music, and tune in to streaming services like Apple Music.