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How to download iTunes on Windows?

There are many reasons why iTunes might come in handy even if you use Windows PC: you can store your music, audiobooks, and podcasts library there, stream offline, use iCloud, sync your iPhone or iPod, and do so much more. In this article, we’ll explain to you how to download iTunes for your Windows computer.

How to download iTunes on Windows?

If you think that iTunes is made only for Mac computers and other Apple devices, you are wrong. It also works perfectly on Windows 7, 8, 10, and it is free.

  • To download iTunes for Windows 7, 8, 10 (64-bit), go to our iTunes download page and click on the green Download button. Otherwise, you can download it on the official Microsoft Store.

  • You can also download 32-bit version for Windows 8 here, and here for Windows 10 (32-bit).

How does iTunes on Windows work?

iTunes on Windows works the same way as it does on Mac computers. You can navigate it using the top bar and switch between media types: Music, Movies, Podcasts, Audiobooks, TV Shows, etc. You can subscribe to Apple music to listen to audio tracks and download them, you can browse podcasts and listen to them for free, as well as buy or rent movies and audiobooks.

You can also sync and back up your iPhone with iTunes or download iCloud for Windows to manage your device’s storage space.

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If you are experiencing problems using iTunes for Windows, check this user manual to find a solution or write on our Forum page.

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