I've written a lot about this. So far, if it's not in the Microsoft store, you can't install it. So if Microsoft doesn't allow iTunes then there is no iTunes.
-> Remember that RT is a restricted device and not a "Personal Computer." In my view it's an experiment to see if consumers are ready to go back to the bad old days of proprietary devices with no choice of where to get apps.
Because it's not a PC, no one I know ones one. I do know folk that tried it and developers that took it for a spin and later walked out on it. It will be interesting to see if it takes off if they have to run a fire sale like the Blackberry tablet had to do. When it hit 99 bucks, it was popular.
I know that iTunes isn't available for Windows RT and I would think that this would be a big problem for most people, but I can't find much info about it (complaints, solutions, etc.).
Is there any other way to sync music with my iPod? With all the other hacks and ways to bypass things on RT I'm surprised that I haven't heard of anything. Thanks!