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Surprise: iTunes is coming to the Windows Store by end of year

iTunes is coming to the Windows Store by the end of this year. #MSBuild pic.twitter.com/WHM533S7Sv — Windows (@Windows) May 11, 2017 Microsoft is further reaching out to the Apple world today by pulling in Apple’s iTunes app to the Windows Store. At its Build developer conference the company announced (to the surprise of many here) … Continue reading “Surprise: iTunes is coming to the Windows Store by end of year”

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Microsoft is further reaching out to the Apple world today by pulling in Apple’s iTunes app to the Windows Store. At its Build developer conference the company announced (to the surprise of many here) that the full iTunes capabilities are coming to the Windows Store, including apps, Apple Music, and other digital services. The app will let Windows Surface owners sync their iPhones with iTunes just as Mac users do.

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Microsoft didn’t show any screenshots of iTunes for Windows 10, which should be interesting . . .

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