“We have been working with Microsoft to deliver the full iTunes experience to our customers and we need a little more time to get it right”
With such a buggy and messy Software you need time to make it right on the Mac aswell… Try investing on that a little bit more okay?

Just installed it. Sadly, it looks like the same as before – no UI changes. It’s just the existing version packaged for the Microsoft Store.

Some screenshots of the store:

It seems like the same version as before to me – maybe they bundled some of the supporting services (Quicktime, USB drivers, update utility, etc.) into one program instead of installing them all as services, but it runs just as poorly as ever here.

FWIW, iTunes hasn’t had anything to do with QuickTime since version 10.4 in 2011.

Hell just froze over.

Just installed it. Sadly, it looks like the same as before – no UI changes. It’s just the existing version packaged for the Microsoft Store.

And I assume no ringtone management ability and app library.

A glass of ice water for someone in hell.

I believe it’s actually like Safari for Windows, the code is still in iTunes, but it doesn’t expose a public API.

iTunes Store uses WebKit (it used not to), but iTunes media playback, encoding, etc. is now entirely AVFoundation, not QuickTime. As a downside, you can actually no longer play some very old formats in iTunes.

I’m so excited for this. I’ve been waiting 15 years for this to be possible.

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