Apple is finally introducing Apple Music and Apple TV apps to Windows, as Microsoft announced last year. These apps operate quicker and consume fewer resources than those on iTunes since they were developed using more advanced technologies. Although the design has been somewhat modified for Windows, the Apple Music and Apple TV apps still seem very similar to the versions that are already available on macOS.

Users can access content from Apple TV+, Apple TV Channels, and the iTunes Store by using the Apple TV app. When available and if the device is capable, content can be streamed in 4K HDR. For those that subscribe to Apple TV+, this is a significant upgrade from before.

The three brand-new Apple apps may all be downloaded right now from Microsoft. They are all “Preview” apps, however because they are beta versions, some features might not function as intended. Additionally, because these are beta versions, some locations may not have access to them.

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