A rumor on Thursday claims Apple is developing native Apple Music and Podcast apps for distribution on the Microsoft Store, though it’s unclear whether the company plans to replace iTunes for Windows.
Citing sources familiar with the matter, 9to5Mac reports that Apple is testing the Music and Podcast apps for Microsoft platforms as part of a closed beta process. The apps could arrive on the Microsoft Store by the end of the year.
Although not disclosed in the report, Apple may be working on an iTunes replacement for Windows. The once ubiquitous and bloated media management hub was split into distinct apps and system services with the introduction of macOS Catalina, but it remains intact on the Microsoft operating system.
Job announcements in 2019 suggested that Apple is working on standalone media apps for Windows, a natural expansion for subscription services like Apple Music and Apple TV +. At the time, Apple was looking for engineers with Universal Windows Platform (UWP) experience. The…
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