How do I get the iTunes app downloaded onto my Surface 2?

I've been having some troubles with my iPhone and want to make sure I have everything backed up in the event of a crash, but I can't seem to get iTunes onto my Surface 2 (which is my only PC. I dont have an actual laptop). I also want to be able to manage my my media through the app.

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Just asking.

Do you have the Surface 2 (with Windows RT 8.1 as an OS) or the Surface Pro 2 (with Windows Pro 8.1 as an OS)? That makes a lot of difference.


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(NT) It's just the regular Surface 2. Not the Pro.
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Here's an article about iTunes on Windows RT.
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Re: iTunes

The RT can only run apps that you download from the Windows Store.
All you can do: ask Apple when they make iTunes-on-a-tile for Windows RT. Probably never.

The system requirements for iTunes for Windows:
- PC with a 1GHz Intel or AMD processor and 512MB of RAM
- Windows XP Service Pack 2 or later, Vista, Windows 7, or Windows 8 (32 or 64 bit) - BUT not Windows RT
- 400MB of available disk space
- Broadband Internet connection to use the iTunes Store
Also available for a Mac. Not for iOS, Android, Chrome or Linux.

You shouldn't call a Windows 8 RT tablet a PC. It's not.
It's more like a (smart)phone with a big screen plus Office minus the phone part.


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