If you don't have Kodi on your device, then the process is a little more hard than installing a regular app from the app store.
The update can be downloaded via iTunes' software update feature. You'll still have access to music, movies, TV shows, audiobooks, and podcasts. Apart from this, Internet Radio has become the part of Music section, and iTunes U collections have been shifted into the Podcasts section, something Apple had announced late last month. Apple has made a decision to remove the built-in App Store from iTunes 12.7 as part of its effort to streamline its online services on desktop computers.
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To download the new version, go to the "Updates" tab in the Mac App Store.
Apple had been at the receiving end of criticism for making iTunes bloated and heavy with the integration of the app store.
On your Mac, launch the App Store app in your Applications folder. It's a simple process and will barely take a few minutes.
Click on the Download button at the top. If you already have Kodi running on your iOS device then you know how to do this. You can also look forward to the new Files app, customizable Control Center, Voice translation, new app switcher, improved Live Photos and Portrait Mode, and slight tweaks to the UI design. People will also be more likely to use the redesigned App Store coming in iOS 11.
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