By now, we all know that Apple promised last year that iTunes would be coming to the Microsoft Store. However, as we have shown previously, the timing of the Cupertino giant has had some delays and the debut has been delayed for this year.
Now, after a rumor point the launch in the first half, Apple has finally published its iTunes application on the Microsoft Store. As we all know, this Cupertino giant’s decision aims to ease iTunes updates and help Windows 10 S users download applications from the store.
With the publication in the Microsoft Store, Windows users will enjoy the same experience found in the program available so far, and now the updates will be provided directly in the system store.
In the announcement of iTunes for Microsoft Store, Apple celebrated that now its users will be able to count on a complete and safe application:
iTunes is the easiest way to enjoy your favorite music, movies, TV shows, and more on your PC.
iTunes is also home to Apple Music, where you can listen to millions of songs and your entire music library, online or off — all ad-free. Also, get new music first, radio in every music genre, handpicked playlists, and Beats 1 live or on demand
The new iTunes application can be run on versions of Windows 10 with x86 or x64 architectures and weighs about 500 MB. Remember that Apple says that when installing the store version, the program on the PC will be replaced. If you want to download, just click on the cad below.
Download iTunes for Microsoft Store on Windows 10 here.