iTunes app for Windows 10 finally arrives to the Microsoft Store

You can now get iTunes from the Microsoft Store with a single click and automatic updates.

iTunes app for Windows 10 Store download
iTunes app for Windows 10 Store download

Apple rolls out its iTunes app for Windows 10 in the Microsoft Store after almost a year since Microsoft revealed that the app was coming to its store.

However, it’s not a modern app, it’s just the classic desktop version you already know, but the installation now requires a single click, and updates are available automatically through the Microsoft Store.

The Store version of iTunes is available immediately, but only for devices running Windows 10 version 1709 (Fall Creators Update) or later.

The download of the app is huge, almost 500MB, as such it may take a little while to install depending on your internet connection. Once installed, you can access your music, movies, shows, podcasts, and audiobooks, as well as the Apple Store to purchase more entertainment. Just like in the classic version.

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