Credit: Windows Central

iTunes is now finally available on the Microsoft Store after much anticipation.

Late last year, Microsoft announced that an iTunes app would be available in the Microsoft Store starting and has now made good on that promise, despite delays, with an app that gives users the ability to buy music, TV shows, and films, and to listen to the Apple Music streaming service.

Now available as a free download on the Microsoft Store, the app will only run on Windows 10 machines with either x86 or x64 architectures. Users will need at least 500MB of disk space to install the new version of iTunes.

Microsoft notes that “This product needs to be installed on your internal hard drive,” in case you were wanting to install it on an external disk.

According to The Verge, iTunes was the most searched for app in the Microsoft store that wasn’t actually available through the service.