It may sound selfish but iTunes losing its exclusivity like this is not good.
Hopefully now more popular apps will be coming to the Windows Store too, at least one can hope.
PLAYER SLAYER, 12 May 2017...except for the poor suckers who's school bought Windows S machines instead of Chromebooks/r... moreFor free software developers, going UWP (store app) isn't bad deal after all because they can manage it easier manner.
also Evernote will come
If you want to play music here at itune you need to pay But if you from android you can play music without paying you can download everything you want from free music website. Apple is scraft and over price smartphone.
A lot of official app still suck on Windows Store. I'm not hoping too much.
Anonymous, 12 May 2017It's funny because noone actually uses Windows Store....except for the poor suckers who's school bought Windows S machines instead of Chromebooks/real Windows computers
i think they are doing this for their upcoming surface phone and their CEO has said that their next phone will have desktop app and cpu.
Fearghast, 12 May 2017Hopefuly it won't suck as regular iTunes on Windows do. It can't be worse than that, right?Windows 10 is geared toward UWP apps. So it should work more fluidly. Since UWP is built on the one core technology in W10. Probably be packaged better too. Could take another 10 years but all legacy win32 apps could eventually migrate to UWP, or at least that should be the goal.
Hopefuly it won't suck as regular iTunes on Windows do.
It can't be worse than that, right?
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cyber, 12 May 2017same shit Well it wont run all the silly services in the background that it installs. It's being written from scratch to use the UWP api. So it definitely will not be the computer hog it has come to be.