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iTunes apps are now labelled ‘Get’ instead of ‘Free’

From now on free-to-download Mac App Store and iTunes apps will no longer be labelled ‘Free’, the button that starts the download is now labelled ‘Get’. Why is this? Well the change comes due to pressure from the European Commission,...Show More Summary

This is why there are no more ‘free’ apps in Apple’s App Stores

In addition to clearly marking which iOS and OS X apps in the App Store and Mac App Store have in-app purchase options, Apple has taken one more important step towards ensuring that customers know exactly what apps they’re downloading, as first spotted by MacRumors. Show More Summary

This Is Why the App Store Now Says 'Get' Not 'Free'

9 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Next time you go to download an app in the Mac or iOS App Store, you'll notice that apps not requiring an upfront payment no longer say 'Free.' Instead, they sat 'Get.' Here's why. Read more...

Why App Store apps are now labeled 'Get' instead of 'Free'

11 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

If you're searching on either the Mac or iOS App Stores today, you might notice a little change in the way Apple labels free apps. Before, even if such an app contained costly upgrades, it would carry the label 'Free.' However, following the...

Apple Changes Free App Labeling From Free To Get

Apple has made changes to the labeling of free apps both on the App Store and Mac App Store. The ‘Free’ button has been changed to ‘Get’. This is the latest move to comply with pressure from the European Commission. Earlier this year, the E.U. Show More Summary

Apple App Store switches 'Free' label to 'Get'

If you perused the Mac App Store or iOS App Store on Wednesday, you might've notice something different. Applications that are free to download no longer carry the "Free" designation. Instead, they say "Get." See also: 5 can't-miss apps:...Show More Summary

Google acquires Mac app-maker RelativeWave, gives away $80 Form app for free

RelativeWave, the team behind the Mac app Form, has announced that it is now part of Google. As part of the acquisition, Google has made the $80 prototyping and design app available as a free download on the Mac App Store. The RelativeWave team will continue development of the app under Google. Show More Summary

This $80 mobile app prototyping software for Mac is now free courtesy of Google acquisition

Google just bought RelativeWave, the company behind the mobile app prototyping software Form, and with the purchase it’s making the previously $80 Mac app available for free on the Mac App Store. The company made an announcement on its website noting that it will continue working on the Form app after joining Google: I speak […]

Apple Relabels “Free” Download Buttons On iTunes And Mac App Store To “Get” Following Pressure from EC

Across the iTunes and Mac App Stores today, a minor but also notable change is taking place with regard to how Apple is marketing its iOS and Mac applications. Instead of free apps being labeled as “FREE,” the download button now reads...Show More Summary

Divinity: Original Sin now being committed in the Mac App Store

Hopefully you've been patient, RPG fans. The Mac App Store version has its perks. The post Divinity: Original Sin now being committed in the Mac App Store appeared first on AppleTell.

Mac App Store updated with Yosemite design

Not everyone is seeing it yet, though. The post Mac App Store updated with Yosemite design appeared first on AppleTell.

Mac App Store gets a visual makeover for Yosemite

The public release of OS X Yosemite rolled out three weeks ago, and since then Apple has been gradually bringing all of its own services in line with the look and feel of its new operating system. Having previously tweaked … Read mo...

This is Apple’s gorgeous new Mac App Store

Apple released OS X 10.10 Yosemite last month and the new desktop operating system was packed full of great new features. Spotlight has been totally remade, Continuity features add terrific integration with iOS devices, and plenty more functionality was added. Show More Summary

Mac App Store looks like a part of Yosemite with new design

After bringing iTunes up to date with the Yosemite design language last month, Apple is now rolling out changes to the Mac App Store. The new design features lighter fonts, white backgrounds and flatter icons. From what we've seen, only...Show More Summary

Apple launches refreshed Mac App Store designed for OS X Yosemite

Apple late Wednesday began rolling out a redesign of its Mac App Store with new flat graphics, thinner font styles and a more open feel, in line with the latest OS X Yosemite release.

Apple prepares Mac App Store makeover with Yosemite-style interface

Mac App Store users browsing the software shop tonight are starting to notice a few aesthetic changes, as seen in the screenshots above and below. Like the recent iTunes Store facelift, the Mac App Store redesign features lighter fonts, a sparse white background, and thin gray separators. The updated design is currently showing on the […]

‘WireLurker’ malware attacks iPhones via Mac OS X

The malicious code is believed to hide inside apps that are downloaded from third-party Mac OS X app stores.

Microsoft Band Rumors: Product Posted on Their Site Following App Store Leaks

Looks like Microsoft doesn't plan in lagging behind the new fad – wearable lifestyle gadgets. This news came up when pictures of the company's alleged fitness band were leaked on to the Mac App Store.

4 Ways Developers Say Apple Can Improve The Mac App Store

We asked some successful developers how Apple can improve the Mac App Store. This story contains interviews with Dan Counsell, founder of Realmac Software; Ken Case, CEO of Omni Group; and Aušra Meškauskait?, head of Marketing at Pixelmator. Read Full Story

How to make a bootable Yosemite installer drive

Installing OS X Yosemite is as easy as downloading the installer from the Mac App Store and getting started. But there are times when you might want to create a bootable drive to run the Yosemite installer from, instead. Follow these instructions for details. Show More Summary

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