Apple announces first official app for Windows 10

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The iTunes UWP app is expected to be made available for download through the Microsoft store.

When it comes to reducing the gap between multiple platforms, Microsoft is a name that comes to the forefront. The company has taken upon itself the mission to unite the mobile ecosystems with its window 10 desktop OS. It has received several features that try to integrate Android and iOS like the way Apple does it for its own Ecosystem. Microsoft is doing that once again preparing another important app for download on its Microsoft Store.

Soon, Apple’s iTunes will be rolled out on the Microsoft store pretty soon as a Universal Window Platform App (UWP). The app has been claimed to be released internally and could be made public within the next few week, ” Just received training for the release, with wordage saying that it is already out”.

If you are an ‘idevice’ user, then you know that iTunes is already available as a Windows executable file and can be downloaded from Apple’s website.

While the app is yet to be made official, you should know UWP app is claimed to takeover all the data from the previously installed version.

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An engineering graduate, Harry turned to writing after a couple of years of experience in core technology field. At The iBulletin, Harry covers latest updates related to trending apps & games on the app store.

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