How to use iTunes on Chromebook?


I saw a really nice deal on a Chromebook, and I think I will pick one up. One question, though - can I use iTunes on a Chromebook?

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No, iTunes does not run in Chrome OS. You'll need to buy a Mac or Windows laptop if you want to run iTunes. Maybe someday Apple will support Chome OS, but I don't see it happening anytime soon.

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iTunes is not supported on Chromebooks. Clearly Google would much prefer you to use their cloud music service, Play, when using one. I am not an Apple expert - I use Windows, Ubuntu or Chrome 99% of the time - but the only work around I know is to move your iTunes collection to Play. Here is a YouTube video from Google on how to go about doing it.




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