The initial promise was made almost a year ago, and the expected date of completion came and went with little more than a postponement notice, but now everything is finally in order: o iTunes is finally available on Microsoft Store, the Windows 10 app store.
The news is especially valuable for users of Windows 10 S, Microsoft's “closed” system that only installs programs present in its own store. Of course, we have to consider who, at this point, still uses iTunes (especially on Windows), but the fact that it is now there and Windows 10 S fans will be able to sync their iPods or the like without major problems.
It is worth remembering, of course, that iTunes is also the means of accessing Apple Music for Macs / PCs:
ITunes is also the home of Apple Music, where you can listen to millions of songs and your entire music library, online or offline without ads. Plus, get new music first, radio from all genres, handpicked playlists and Beats 1 live or on demand.
For those interested, the software can be found here, at the Microsoft store.
via The Verge