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Must-have Mac apps with massive discounts [Deals]

Today at the Cult of Mac Store, we’ve got a list of top notch apps for Mac, going for a fraction their usual price. We’ve got a full disk recovery suite, to a gorgeous PDF flipbook maker, the latest version of Roxio Toast, and a tool for downloading almost any streaming video content. Each is […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Pro tips for improving your app reviews

Our App Business section is brought to you by MacPaw, maker of proven Mac apps. Getting a bad app review is a definite bummer. When some faceless user trashes your labor of love in the App Store or some other public venue, it can really sting. But if you’re smart about it, you can turn […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Apple releases OS X 10.11.6 El Capitan supplemental security update for kernel issue

Apple has released a supplemental security update to OS X El Capitan, the version prior to macOS Sierra. The update weighs in at 623.9MB and can be found in the Mac App Store on compatible machines. more… Filed under: Apple

Apple hikes UK App Store prices by 25 percent because Brexit

If you're an iPhone, iPad or Mac user in the UK, prepare yourself: App Store prices are on the rise. As 9to5Mac reports, developers are being notified that their software will soon be bumped up in price. Apps worth 79 pence before will soon cost 99 pence, while those priced at £1.49 will rise to £1.99. Show More Summary

How to update apps you didn't download from the Mac App store

Learn how to keep the apps you didn't download from the Mac App Store up-to-date. As a Mac user, it's likely that at least some of the apps you have didn't come from the Mac App Store. While you can just head to the store's Update tab...Show More Summary

iMore show 540: New Year's Technolutions, with James Thomson

The iMore show brings you everything you need to know about the week in iPhone, iPad, Watch, TV, Mac, and Apple! PCalc developer James Thomson joins us to talk App Store records and realities, LG's not-Apple 5K display, and our New Year's tech resolutions. Note: We lost an audio file, so this is "iMore Minus Georgia". Show More Summary

10 Best Mac Apps you don’t want to miss in 2017

No matter whether you are using Mac for a while or purchased it some weeks ago, we are sure at some point of time you all must’ve wondered “Which are the applications that I must install?”. Imagine yourself in a store full of candies whilst you are standing all confused deciding which ones to pick first. Show More Summary

How to hide and show app updates on the Mac App Store [Video]

2 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Have you ever wanted to hide a particular app update on the Mac App Store? I often do so with some of the supplemental content provided by Apple Motion and Final Cut Pro X. In this brief tutorial, I’ll show you how to quickly hide app updates, and how to bring back hidden updates just as fast. more… Filed under: Apple

The Mac App Store Purchased list needs to be more user-friendly

4 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : Macworld

The Mac App Store was a minor revolution when it first started doing business back in 2010. Like the iOS App Store, it lets you easily buy, download, and update apps that you can use on multiple Macs. It also serves as a conduit for updates to Apple software: both the operating system and Apple's apps, such as iTunes, Pages, Xcode, and others. Show More Summary

Mega iOS/Mac Holiday App Sale Roundup: GO Trilogy, Oceanhorn, Duet Display, Bastion, Final Fantasy, Kingdom Rush + many more

From 9to5Toys: As usual at this time of year, just about every major app developer starts putting its best apps/games on sale for the holidays. We are just days away from the price lock on the App Store, and we are already seeing a massive list of top-tier titles go on sale. Show More Summary

Tweetbot makers release Pastebot clipboard manager on the Mac App Store for $19.99

The makers of the popular Tweetbot Twitter client are out with a new Mac app today called Pastebot. Tapbot’s third Mac app is a clipboard manager that syncs with iCloud and works with Universal Clipboard across iOS and macOS. more… Filed under: Apple

iTunes Store and App Store down! Have you been affected?

The iTunes and App Stores are both experiencing sporadic outages right now. Are you having any trouble? Apple says that the iTunes Store, App Store, and Mac App Store are all experiencing disruptions that could prevent them from making purchases on any of the three stores. From Apple's system status dashboard: Some users are affected - iTunes Store. Show More Summary

Mac app licensing is the headache you don’t want to DIY

Our new App Business section is brought to you by MacPaw, maker of proven Mac apps. For independent Mac developers, one of the big, daunting tasks that the Mac App Store efficiently handles is app licensing. You just submit your app, then the store manages the actual app license through its user accounts. But this […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

How to fix Mac App Store download problems

Macs are renowned for “just working,” but sometimes you might run into problems while downloading software from the Mac App Store. You might encounter files that say they’ve downloaded despite evidence to the contrary, or face verification errors or other installation difficulties. Show More Summary

How to Check DMG File for Malware Before You Install It in Mac

Mac users have enjoyed a long run of fairly virus-free computing, but it shouldn’t be taken for granted that there is no virus. While Apple has kept a close grip in the App Store, some malware, on rare occasions, still make it up there. Show More Summary

Setapp Is a Subscription-Based Mac App Store Packed With a Bunch of Popular Apps

A “Netflix for software” model might sound a little weird on paper, but Setapp is a new service launching today in public beta that hopes to be just that. Read more...

‘Netflix of Mac software’ lets you binge on apps

2 months agoTechnology / Apple : Cult Of Mac

Apple’s Mac App Store has been a desolate wasteland of mediocrity for years, but a new service called Setapp wants to breathe new life into macOS apps. Setapp app claims its an ‘Unstore’ alternative to the Mac App Store. Instead of paying for apps individually, you pay a monthly subscription fee for access of more […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Awesome Touch Bar apps you won't find in the Mac App Store

Mac App Store has all the Touch Bar apps Apple approved. So what about the Touch Bar apps Apple didn't approve. Well... Apple's Interface Guideline for the Touch Bar on the MacBook Pro says that it is intended to be used as an inputShow More Summary

PDF Expert 2 review: Goodbye Preview, hello affordable PDF editing on Mac

2 months agoTechnology / Apple : Macworld

Readdle’s PDF Expert ($60 on the App Store, special $40 price directly from Readdle) is a fast, slick document viewer with annotation tools that gives Apple’s Preview a run for its money. While the built-in Preview app can handle basic annotation, PDF Expert 2 lives up to its name with stamps and other advanced features. Show More Summary

Readdle's popular iOS email client Spark arrives on the Mac App Store

Previously available for iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch, Readdle's hit email client Spark launched on macOS on Wednesday, and is now available as a free download from the Mac App Store.

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