On Windows 11, you can now download and install the first public preview of the Apple Music app.
The app offers the same design and features already found on macOS, including unlimited access to millions of songs and your music library. However, since this is a preview not all features may work as expected. After installing the Music app, the iTunes app will no longer open, and audiobooks or podcasts on your computer will be inaccessible until Apple releases a compatible version of iTunes.
If you want to revert back to iTunes, you will have to uninstall this version of the Apple Music app. Also, to sync media to Apple devices you will need to install the Apple Devices app.
This guide will walk you through the steps to try out the preview of the Apple Music app for Windows 11.
Install Apple Music on Windows 11 from Microsoft Store
To install the Apple Music (preview) app on Windows 11, use these steps:
Click the Get (or Install) button. (Click the More details option to open the Microsoft Store experience.)
Click the Open button.
Click the Continue button to agree to the preview terms.
Once you complete the steps, the app will install on Windows 11. It’ll also be available from the Start menu.
Install Apple Music on Windows 11 from Command Prompt
To install the Apple Music (preview) app from Command Prompt with winget, use these steps:
Search for Command Prompt, right-click the top result, and select the Run as administrator option.
Type the following command to install the Apple Music app on Windows 11 and press Enter:
winget install --id 9PFHDD62MXS1
- Press Y and Enter.
After you complete the steps, you can start the Music app from the Start menu.