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Bundled iLife licenses now transferable to other Macs via App Store

New Mac buyers get a free bundle of Apple's iLife apps, but until recently the bundle only installed on the new machine it was bundled with. With the Mac App Store, Apple now makes the bundle available for use on any Mac they own.
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Apple releases OS X Yosemite GM Candidate 1.0 for developers

Technology Industry News / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac (2 hours ago)

Apple has released OS X Yosemite GM Candidate 1.0 for developers via the Mac App Store today. We’ll update with changes found in the new version, and feel free to share any discoveries in the comments or via tips@9to5mac.com. Apple ... Read Post

10 Mac apps in 1 bundle – name your own price. Come and get them!

Technology : The Next Web Blog (5 months ago)

Mac Bundles remain a solid way to save money on top Mac apps. The latest bundle from StackSocial demonstrates that well, as you name the price for 10 OS X apps including RapidWeaver and TuneUp.  The apps highlighting this bundle are... Read Post

Mac App Store now warns that you’ve already purchased an app elsewhere

Technology : The Next Web Blog (3 years ago)

The Mac App Store’s ecosystem works great if you never purchase any Mac apps elsewhere, but if you buy bundles or single pieces of software directly from the creators often, you may end up with a bunch of apps installed that the Mac... Read Post


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