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Apple seeds eighth OS X El Capitan beta to developers, sixth beta hits for Public testers

A new beta of OS X El Capitan has been seeded to developers by Apple. This marks the eight beta, which is now available from the Mac Developer Resource Center, as well as from the Update tab of the Mac App Store for developers who are already using a previous beta. Show More Summary

Apple releases 8th developer, 6th public betas of OS X 10.11 El Capitan

Developers and members of the public who are beta testing OS X 10.11 El Capitan can now download the latest pre-release builds of the forthcoming software update on the Mac App Store.

Apple Car on September 9th?

Betteridge's Law of Headlines most likely applies on this Apple Car article. Related posts: The worst argument against the Apple Car Apple’s Mac App Store Sandboxing rules already claiming victims No iPad 3 at Macworld or CES

Discovery VR, Lara Croft GO, and other awesome apps of the week

From undersea virtual reality to a great Mac Instagram client, there have been plenty of interesting apps that have hit the App Store in the past seven days. But which ones to download this weekend? Thankfully, Cult of Mac is here to help guide you through the best apps of the week. Check below to […]

OmniFocus 2 for Mac scores performance improvements in latest update

Popular task management app OmniFocus has received an update on the Mac App Store, bringing along some minor tweaks and bug fixes. Here's the breakdown of what's new in OmniFocus version 2.2.4: Crash — Made some changes to help track down a crash common in pre-release versions of OS X related to fonts. Show More Summary

Carrot Weather developer Brian Mueller brought his iOS app to the Mac (and you should, too)

Not too long ago, Carrot Weather landed on the Mac App Store. It was Carrot’s first foray onto the desktop, and had many wondering why it would venture away from iOS. We wanted to know, too. With many considering the desktop a dyingShow More Summary

Xcode 7 beta 6 is now ready for developers

Apple has seeded a new beta of Xcode 7 to developers. This is the sixth beta for Xcode, which is now available at the Developer Resource Center, as well as on the Mac App Store for developers that have the previous beta release already installed. Show More Summary

Apple releases Xcode 7 beta 6 to developers

Apple today released the sixth beta of the upcoming Xcode 7 to developers. The new version is available in Software Update from the Mac App Store, as with all past betas this time around. Xcode 7 is the new SDK version to correspond with the upcoming releases of iOS 9, OS X El Capitan, and […]

Apple Store Smart Signs will be globally replaced with Mac and iOS apps

Last week, we reported that Apple is preparing to launch a couple of significant changes for Apple Retail stores this upcoming Wednesday. Besides demoting iPods to the accessory shelves on the sides of Apple Stores, Apple will be removing the long-existing iPad-based Smart Signs. These are the iPads that sit alongside iPhones, iPads, and Macs in […]

Search and destroy duplicate files with MacPaw Gemini

Grab this app from the Mac App Store and quickly and easily reclaim some hard drive space.

OS X El Capitan beta 7 is ready for developers

Apple has seeded a new beta of OS X El Capitan to developers. This seventh beta is available at the Mac Developer Resource Center, as well as the Update tab of the Mac App Store for those developers with the previous beta installed on a device. Show More Summary

OS X El Capitan Public Beta 5 now ready for download

Apple has released the fifth public beta version of OS X El Capitan. Members of the Apple Beta Software Program can download the Public Beta 5 from the Updates tab in the Mac App Store. To participate in the beta, you'll need to sign up on Apple's Beta Software Program website. Show More Summary

Apple's online store services down for some users [u]

Users of Apple's online store services, which include iTunes, the iOS and Mac App Stores, the iBooks Store and Volume Purchase Program assets, saw unexpected outages on Monday due to an as-yet-unknown problem.

Apple’s refusal to allow paid upgrades in the Mac App Store hurts developers and users

There are a lot of words and phrases that have been used to describe the Mac App Store. One that comes to mind is ‘ghost town,’ used largely because there are some really solid apps for the Mac that aren’t in the store. But why are developers...Show More Summary

The death of voicemail

The assault on human interaction continues... Related posts: Free images: Human skulls OS X and Mac App Store signals the death of desktop customization Why I check voicemail on my iPhone

Microsoft launches beta of new Remote Desktop app for Mac

Microsoft has a public Remote Desktop app available on the Mac that can be downloaded from the App Store, and the Redmond giant is now rolling out a beta client with a new user interface. The beta app also boasts new feature additions,...Show More Summary

Mac: Aspyr Media Homeworld Remastered Collection

3 weeks agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

The epic three-dimensional real-time-strategy game that set the standard for its genre returns on the Mac App Store as Homeworld Remastered ($35), a new compilation of the all of the campaigns from the original 1999 Homeworld and the...Show More Summary

Carrot Weather’s sassy forecasts storm onto Mac

The sassy robot that got its start on iOS has started taking over the Mac too. Carrot Weather launched in the Mac App Store today complete with tons of features and even more snarky comments about the conditions. The self-proclaimed “weather robot with a personality” has plenty to offer. The Carrot Weather app for Mac is pretty […]

OS X 10.10.5 beta 3 heads out to developers

Apple has released the third beta of OS X 10.10.5 to developers. It should be available from Apple's Mac Developer Resource Center soon, or through the Updates section of the Mac App Store for those that have the previous beta version installed. Show More Summary

StickyBrain brings its colorful, versatile note taking back to the Mac

After a ten-year hiatus, notes app StickyBrain has returned to the Mac. StickyBrain lets users store anything they find, from small notes to photo-heavy travel logs. The app has been re-written entirely using Apple's Swift programming language. Show More Summary

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