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Apple's New Photos App Is Now Available for Yosemite Beta Testers

If you've signed up for the Yosemite beta program, you now have access to the beta of Apple's iPhoto replacement, Photos. It's available in the Mac App Store right now. Read more...

VLC Gets Extensions, Resume Playback, and Comes Back to iOS

Windows/Mac/Linux/Android/iOS: VLC is hands-down one of the best media players around and today it gets a little better by adding an in-app extensions store, playback resuming, and more. More importantly, the iOS version of the app returns to the App Store. Read more...

[Sponsor] The Ultra-Premium Mac Bundle

Don’t miss one of the greatest Mac app bundles ever! For a limited time, save over $400 with StackSocial’s premier collection of apps, including: ScreenFlow 5 ($99, Apple Design Winner), Things 2 ($49, Mac App Store Hall of Fame), Data...Show More Summary

iMore show 445: Thousand dollar time share

The iMore show brings you everything you need to know about the week in iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple! On this episode — EmojiGate not, Apple Watch Edition, car concerns, Apple Store changes,, in defense of thin phones, shoddy...Show More Summary

Apple changes the way it collects garbage on the Mac App Store

Attention all Mac developers! You know how in real life when your city changes its trash collection policies, leading to months of confusion? That’s about to happen on the Mac App Store; if you want to continue selling apps there, … Read more ›

Apple says Mac app makers must transition to ARC memory management by May

In an announcement posted to Apple's developer portal on Friday, the notified app makers that all Mac App Store submissions will soon be restricted from using garbage collection in favor of the Automatic Reference Counting (ARC) compiler feature.

Apple to require all Mac App Store submissions to ditch garbage collection, switch to ARC on May 1st

Apple has announced on its developer site that apps submitted to the Mac App Store starting on May 1st will no longer be allowed to incorporate garbage collection, which was deprecated in OS X 10.8. Instead, developers will be required to switch to ARC, which was introduced in 10.7. This change affects both new apps and updates to […]

Find the Right App to Open a File Using the App Store on a Mac

Sometimes, you'll come across a file format you've never seen before and can't open on your Mac. A quick Google search will point you in the right direction, but Macgasm points out you also search right in the App Store with a single click. Read more...

$40 Mac Bundle: Things, ScreenFlow, Typed, Civ, ExpanDrive, Aftershot Pro 2, more

From 9to5Toys Specials: Today we’ve put together a really impressive bundle of 8 Mac apps including the latest versions of Screenflow and Things (which are $100 and $40 at the Mac App Store by themselves!). Using the coupon code ULTRAMAC5 at checkout, 9to5 readers can get an extra $5 discount over at to buy the whole bundle for $39.99 – […]

Google removes Sparrow email client from iOS & Mac App Stores following Inbox launch

Google acquired the popular email client Sparrow back in 2012 and announced that the entire team would be joining Google to work on Gmail. Since that acquisition, Sparrow apps received only a handful of updates and have been seemingly neglected in favor of Google’s new Inbox initiative. Over the past few days, however, Sparrow appears […]

Sparrow Flies Away, As Google Finally Pulls iOS And Mac Email Apps From Apple’s Stores

2 weeks agoTechnology : TechCrunch

As Google sharpens the focus on its new Inbox email app, the company has quietly made another move on the email front: it appears to have pulled the Sparrow iOS and Mac apps from their respective Apple App Stores. Google, as you mayShow More Summary

Heads-up: Apple will pull Aperture once Photos arrives

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

If you're determined to snag Aperture before Apple rides it into the sunset, you'd better do it quickly. Cupertino is now warning photo editing mavens that it's pulling Aperture from the Mac App Store once Photos is available this spring. You should...

Apple Confirms Aperture to Be Removed From Mac App Store After Launch of Photos for OS X

Shortly after last week's deployment of OS X 10.10.3 to developers, Apple updated its official Aperture page on its website, adding a notice stating that Aperture will be removed from the Mac App Store when the Photos for OS X app launches. The...Show More Summary

Space Age: A Cosmic Adventure lands on the Mac App Store

There's some good news today if you enjoyed the Space Age: A Cosmic Adventure experience on iOS: the retro-futuristic point-and-click space adventure has finally made its way to the Mac App Store. For a refresher, Space Age: A Cosmic...Show More Summary

Photos for Mac first look: The future of ubiquitous photography approaches

At WWDC 2014, Apple showed off not just a new Photos for Mac app, but an entirely new approach to photo and video management. Combined with Photos for iOS 8 and iCloud Photo Library, it promised to store all your visual assets safely...Show More Summary

Video: This amazing app lets you control your Mac with Kinect-like gestures

Available as a free download in the Mac App Store, ControlAir is a brand new OS X app that will let you control media on your OS X computer like never before. It uses the Mac’s camera to interpret a variety of gestures that can trigger certain actions inside a variety of apps. Show More Summary

The arctic adventure game Last Inua makes its way to the Mac for $7.99

Last Inua, a side-scrolling adventure game that was first released for the PC in December has now made its way to the Mac platform. It's now available on the Mac App Store for $7.99. The game was developed by Glowforth and is being published by Wired Productions. Show More Summary

Apple Pay Is More Important Than YouThink

Lost in the talk of record iPhone, Mac, and App Store sales, Apple Pay is off to a great start.

Dirt 3 Complete Edition is now available for Mac

Feral Interactive today announced that Dirt 3 Complete Edition is now available for Mac and can now be downloaded from the App Store. A Steam version for the Mac will also be available in due course, which will feature multiplayer functionality. Show More Summary

Tim Cook insists iPad prospects still rosy despite 18% drop in sales, 22% fall in revenue

Apple’s press release yesterday noted “all-time record revenue from iPhone and Mac sales as well as record performance of the App Store,” while remaining silent on iPad sales. The reason? The slide continued last quarter, with year-on-year sales down 18%, and a reduction in average selling price meaning revenue was down 22%. Tim Cook acknowledges that the […]

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