Good news to iOS users who have multiple mobile devices because it looks like Apple is considering on opening up the iTunes Store and making it available on more devices namely the Android platform. According to Billboard, the Cupertino company is also talking with high level label executives to discuss venturing into an on-demand streaming service.
While iTunes may be available on both Mac and PC, the mobile version is limited to iPad, iPhone and iPod touch only, but it looks like Apple wants change that. The report is saying that Apple want to make its iTunes store available on Android devices, allowing users to enjoy its vast library of music on a broader range of devices. The same source of Billboard is also saying that Apple wants to venture in the on-demand music streaming service to compete with apps like Spotify and other music streaming services. Apple is reported to already be in talks with senior label executives.
Such move may have been triggered by a sales decline for iTunes’ digital content in the U.S. The digital album sales have dropped by 13% for the week ended 9 March, while digital track sales have gone down 11% compared to last year. So Android and iOS users, are you excited to get iTunes on Android that might even come with on-demand music streaming service?