At their BUILD developer conference this week, Microsoft revealed a pretty cool announcement.

They announced that they have been working with Apple in order to get iTunes on the Windows Store ahead of the release of Windows 10 S, which will only support apps that can be downloaded from the Windows Store.

Because of this, Apple and other developers need to move their applications to the Windows Store if they want to support Windows 10 S and as such, Apple has done so.

It also makes it easier for users to download without having to go to Apple’s website, alongside that, because of this launch, iTunes will also be available on a range of Windows devices, not just Windows 10 S.

Microsoft said that iTunes is one of the most frequently searched applications on the Windows Store, however, until today it has never been listed.

With this launch, users will be able to get a similar experience as they can from the current iTunes for Windows application and the app will also feature full support for the iPhone.

We don’t know what else Microsoft and other have in store for the Windows Store but we will be sure to update you as we hear more.

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