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How to use the Touch Bar with the Mac App Store

You can purchase apps and games from the Mac App Store with one touch thanks to the Touch Bar on the MacBook Pro. Thanks to Touch ID on the 2016 MacBook Pro, you can use your fingerprint to make Mac App Store purchases and access content requiring your Apple ID password. Show More Summary

With Setapp, buying Mac apps goes the way of the dusty DVD collection

This post is presented by MacPaw, the software team behind Setapp and a variety of proven Mac apps. Remember the good old days when owning the movies you wanted meant going to the store to buy DVDs? Nowadays, most of us don’t even have a DVD player, and with good reason. Joining a streaming service […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

What happens when you dump the App Store?

In what amounts to one of the purest and most interesting experiments in assessing value of Mac OS’s App Store the founder of Rogue Amoeba posted a description of what happened when he pulled his app Piezo. The result? More revenue as a whole without much damage to sales. Show More Summary

Piezo Generates More Money After Being Removed From the Mac App Store

Paul Kafasis, Rogue Amoeba: Our charmingly simple audio recording app Piezo was originally distributed in both the Mac App Store and via direct sales, but it has since left the App Store. After seeing Kapeli’s chart, I was curious about the App Store’s impact on Piezo’s sales. Show More Summary

Get that Arduino project off the ground, and more [Week’s Newest Deals]

Winter’s is starting to head for the door, but the great new deals keep coming into the Cult of Mac Store. This week, we’ve got a brimming bundle of Arduino parts and lessons, a pair of apps for cleaning out and maintaining your iOS devices, powerful downloader for YouTube videos, and lifetime access to a […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Name your price for a dozen Mac apps, and more [Week’s Best Deals]

Another week, another raft of deals on gear and gadgets at the Cult of Mac Store. This go around we’ve got a massive bundle of Mac apps for whatever you want to pay, an AI-powered document manager, five years of instruction in mobile phone photography, and a set of lenses for any smartphone camera. Everything’s […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Spark for Mac review: A great mobile email client, also quite good on desktop

After establishing a solid reputation as a slick third-party email iOS client, Spark (free, available on the App Store recently leapt from mobile to the Mac desktop. This marks Ukrainian developer Readdle’s second full-fledged macOSShow More Summary

Upgrade your car with a fighter jet-style HUD, and more [Week’s Best Deals]

This week the Cult of Mac store got a raft of awesome new gear, gadgets, and apps. And below we’ve gathered some of the very best of the bunch. We’ve got a bundle of Arduino tools and lessons, a powerful app for turning Apple Mail into a productivity platform, a full terabyte of cloud storage, […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Mas Updates and Installs Mac App Store Apps From the Command Line

Mac: In order to manually update any apps you download from the Mac App Store, you have to open the app, click the download tab, wait for it to update, then click the update all button. Mas is a little command line interface that lets you do all that from your favorite Terminal app. Read more...

Apple offers $199.99 Pro Apps Bundle for Education, including Final Cut Pro X, Logic Pro X

On Friday, Apple rolled out a Pro Apps bundle for educators and students, giving purchasers of the $199 bundle download codes from the Mac App Store for Final Cut Pro X, Logic Pro X, Motion 5, Compressor 4, and MainStage 3.

Best paid apps for Mac

The Mac App Store is big, but you don't have to buy all the apps — just these! The Mac App Store has a wealth of content to help you find the right apps for your daily computing life. New apps arrive in the Mac App Store every single day, which makes it nearly impossible for one to keep track of the latest and greatest. Show More Summary

[Sponsor] Setapp by MacPaw Is an 'Unstore' Alternative to the Mac App Store

Setapp is an ambitious new project created to fix all that should be fixed on the MAS. With Setapp you get 60+ high-quality apps for a single subscription. There are no ads or in-app purchases, applications are fully-functional and all the future upgrades are free. Show More Summary

Apple Preview: Samsung's Missteps And Carrier Promos May Have Lifted Performance

Apple is expected to publish its Q1 2017 results on January 31, reporting on a quarter that saw the company ramp up production of its latest flagship iPhone 7, introduce new Mac computers and witness record sales at its App store. Now we provide a brief overview of what to expect when Apple reports.

Happy Hour Podcast 104 | iOS 10.3 and Find My AirPods, Night Shift for Mac and upcoming App Store changes

3 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

This week Benjamin and Zac discuss issues with the LG 5K display, SiriKit and Theater Mode coming to watchOS, what’s new in iOS 10.3 including Find My AirPods, Night Shift for Mac with macOS 10.12.4, upcoming changes to the App Store, and much more. Show More Summary

Setapp offers all-you-can-use downloads of more than 60 Mac apps for a $9.99 monthly fee

MacPaw is offering Mac users an alternative to the Mac App Store to acquire new software, with the launch of the subscription-based Setapp providing access to a collection of more than 60 downloadable apps, for $9.99 per month.

Hands on with Setapp: Getting started with the Netflix of Mac apps

3 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : Macworld

MacPaw, the company behind the famous CleanMyMac hard drive cleaner, has launched Setapp, a subscription-based alternative to Apple’s Mac App Store. With Setapp, a single subscription currently lets you access more than 60 curated Mac apps for a $9.99 fixed monthly fee. Show More Summary

Apple will allow developers to respond to App Store user reviews

3 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : Macworld

The user reviews in the iOS and Mac App Stores can be a mixed bag. Sometimes, a user provides useful information to help you make a purchasing decision. But often the user reviews are filled with complaints about problems that were encountered while using the software. Show More Summary

Apple will let developers reply to reviews in the App Store soon, for iOS and Mac apps

3 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Apple has announced that it will soon let developers reply to reviews on the iPhone, iPad and Mac App Stores. As part of the iOS 10.3 release notes, the company says that by the time iOS 10.3 is available to customers, developers will...Show More Summary

News: iOS 10.3 to improve in-app rating experience, allow developers to respond to App Store reviews

3 weeks agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

Apple has revealed plans to allow developers to respond to customer reviews on both the iOS and Mac App Stores as of the public release of iOS 10.3. The “What’s New in iOS” section of Apple’s Developer Documentation notes that developer...Show More Summary

Apple will finally let developers respond to App Store reviews

Apple is finally going to give its developers a way to respond to customer reviews on its App Store and Mac App Store – a feature that’s long been available to Android developers on Google Play, much to the chagrin of the Apple developer community. According to developer documentation for the iOS 10.3 beta, when this version of Apple’s mobile operating ships,… Read More

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