iTunes for Windows 10 Updated with Apple Music Catalog Improvements

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As you very well know, iTunes is a free software for owners of Apple devices which helps them play all of their digital music, video and other content. It makes it very easy to sync content to your iPod, iPhone, and Apple TV.

The most recent update is marked as 12.3.2 and it brings a couple of minor improvements that you should pay attention to in case you are an iTunes users and also rely on Windows as your day-to-day system.

iTunes 12.3.2 improvements

Here’s how the changelog for iTunes 12.3.2 looks like:

  • This update allows you to see works, composers, and performers while browsing Classical music in the Apple Music catalog
  • Stability and performance improvements

The 32-bit version comes with a size of 112.0 MB while downloading iTunes 12.3.2 on your 64-bit Windows 10 will take up 127.0 MB. We’re talking only about Windows 10 because we strongly believe everybody should make the jump to Windows 10, but of course you can still download it. Go ahead and follow our dedicated iTunes download page for Windows 10 users to keep track of previous changes, as well.

This specific iTunes update was pushed in order to match Apple Music changes made earlier in iOS 9.2. As for stability and performance improvements, it seems that these mainly address some security issues for Windows 7 users, which in my opinion is just another reason to update to Windows 10.

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