Apple Music, Apple TV and iCloud services are coming to Windows and Xbox

MADRID (Portaltic/EP).- Microsoft announced that two services developed by Apple, Apple Music and Apple TV, will soon arrive on its Windows platforms and devices, as well as a new integration with iCloud and the Photos application in the latest version of the system operative.

The company unveiled these developments during the presentation of its new Surface devices on Wednesday, where it stressed that it seeks to “remove barriers and make it easier to connect” across all platforms and devices, according to a statement.

Building on that goal, he said the Apple TV and Apple Music apps will be available for Windows soon, with previews downloadable from the Microsoft Store later this year.

Thanks to this integration, users will be able to listen to music or access playlists from Apple’s streaming music service or watch series from Apple TV + directly from a computer running Windows.

On the other hand, the Apple TV app was already available for Xbox, and the Apple Music app arrived on the gaming platform this Wednesday.

On the other hand, Microsoft indicated that Windows 11 Photos is also adding iCloud support. In this way, iPhone users will be able to access their gallery of images and videos directly from this Microsoft application.

To link the platform with the application, you must first download iCloud for Windows from the Microsoft Store and choose the option ‘Sync iCloud photos’. At the moment, this service is only available to the Windows Insiders channel and will reach all users in November.