Posts Tagged ‘Mac App Store’

Apple is reportedly planning to launch a Netflix-style streaming subscription service for gaming. Here’s what we know about it so far.

Continue reading... »

All iOS and Mac App Store apps are able to now offer a free trial of sorts, allowing developers to temporarily unlock apps and features for a period of time before re-locking them pending an in-app purchase.

Continue reading... »

Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to disable password prompts on Mac App Store in OS X for downloading free apps without entering the Apple ID password again and again.

Continue reading... »

Apple has launched its ‘Get Productive’ apps sale initiative, offering more than 50-percent discount on popular iOS and Mac titles. The offer is available for a limited time only.

Continue reading... »

Getting app “is damaged and can’t be opened” error in Mac OS X? Here’s what it is and how to fix it.

Continue reading... »

A long-standing complaint of iOS device owners has been the lack of a substantial return policy for apps that don’t meet the expected standards of the consumer. A short while ago, though, Apple introduced a two-week money-back system that allows dissatisfied customers to be reimbursed for below-par apps without too much hassle in EU. However, whilst this move has appeased general users, it is inherently flawed to the point where developers stand to lose out considerably, particularly since an app or game may still be used even after the funds have been returned.

Continue reading... »

Following on from the news that the cost of Apple’s Developer Program would be increased in certain markets, including the United Kingdom and Germany, it has now been revealed that App and Mac App Store pricing structure will also be adjusted (read: raised) across much of the European Union, as well as Canada. The new prices will come into effect from tomorrow, and a full run-down of affected nations can be seen below.

Continue reading... »

One of the more significant additions to Windows 8 (on the latest Consumer Preview build) – which is critical for the platform to succeed in the tablet space – is the Windows Store, essentially an app store where you can purchase applications for Windows, particularly Metro-style ones. Thus, in terms of functionality, it’s pretty much like a combination of the iOS and Mac App Stores. But, in usability and design, it does have its differences.

Continue reading... »

The iTunes and App Stores make up an integral part of Apple’s success in the portable music, smartphone and tablet markets, generating much revenue for the company even after the device has been purchased.

Continue reading... »

Most OS X Lion users would already know; Apple released the 10.7.1 update for the said operating system one week ago, which contained general bug fixes and performance improvements. Now, Apple is making sure all new Lion users immediately get the updated operating system by updating its installer on the Mac App Store.

Continue reading... »

Apple will release its upcoming Mac OS X 10.7 Lion with the Mac App Store being the primary distribution channel, reports AppleInsider.

Continue reading... »

The final version 1.0 of FaceTime for Mac is now available on the Mac App Store. It also supports HD video calls on the new supported Intel Macs.

Continue reading... »

Subscribe To Redmond Pie

Subscribe to RSS Feed Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Facebook Follow us on Google+ Follow us on YouTube

Popular Stories