iTunes is finally available in Microsoft’s Windows 10 app store, almost a year after Microsoft announced that it would be coming, originally promising it would arrive by the end of 2017, although Apple later clarified that it wouldn’t be making the end-of-year deadline, saying it needed “a little more time to get it right.” The Windows 10 app store eversion of iTunes is the same as the desktop version that can be downloaded directly from Apple, but it will be updated and available through the Microsoft Store, and will be especially useful for Windows 10 S Mode users, who are restricted to apps from the Microsoft Store. [via The Verge]
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