Last year, Microsoft had made an announcement at build conference that Apple iTunes is coming to Microsoft Windows store by the end of 2017. Many users waited but the date came and went as no such final announcement had proceeded over.
“We have been working with Microsoft to deliver the full iTunes experience to our customers and we need a little more time to get it right,” Apple’s Spokesperson said.
On April 26, Apple makes an announcement that iTunes is officially now available on Windows Store.
Apple iTunes availability on Windows store is almost same as you have been seeing all time, the only difference is that all installation updates of the app will be controlled through Windows Store instead of Apple. Furthermore, iTunes availability also means that Apple software has been made compatible with Window 10 S mode.
iTunes work in a way that makes sure the continuance of existing desktop software, the old windows software will not automatically update to the new one even after installation yet the app provides you an option to change the current version of Windows and it won’t affect your music library.
According to the Verge, “iTunes is one of the most searched apps that wasn’t available in the Microsoft Store, and the addition will be a boost to Microsoft’s Windows 10 S Mode efforts”. So if you are that user who is continuously looking for iTunes availability on Windows Store then its a good news for you, finally your prayers have been answered.