After so long time now Apple is going to release Apple music for Windows and iTunes to windows store. Today at Microsoft’s Build conference for developers, however, the company announced that Apple is working on bringing iTunes to the Windows Store after all. It’s a good news for all windows users.
We are not yet sure about the release date for this but you can expect the new version of iTunes will be available through the Windows Store by the end of this year and it will offer full support for Apple Music and iPhone syncing. Which you can still do with the latest version of iTunes on your windows computers.
iTunes has been already there in windows since Windows since 2003, of course, but now enrolling into the Windows Store is a big step for Microsoft’s move to an all app store model for software enhancements.
For Apple, the company likely wants to maintain full iPhone support on PCs and ensure its subscription music service is supported on new Windows machines. You can also use your Apple Music in android. Check out our best Apple music tips and tricks to get it forever without using any credit card.
Well, it may not be a good news to macOS users who look forward to iTunes breaking into separate apps and Windows support falling back. Hopefully, Apple has plans for it also. Don’t worry, There won’t be two versions of iTunes.
Microsoft has also announced a new solution for PC users who develop iOS apps called Xamarin Live Player. Apple has a lot to say in this year WWDC event. I am excited about iOS 11 beta, if you are also excited to install iOS 11 beta on your iPhone before it’s final release on September 2017, add your iPhone to Apple Developer Program here >
You can download the latest version of iTunes here >