Just last week, Apple subtly announced that macOS will eventually be dropping support for 32-bit apps. In some future version of macOS, 32-bit apps will no longer run on macOS. These apps must be updated to 64-bit architecture by their developers or stop functioning completely. For now, the apps will work fine, but it’s unclear […]
The Mac App Store is horrifically bad. It’s filled with fake software, overpriced applications, and zero modern features. Sure, it’s not like Windows is doing much better, but the Mac App Store is a huge joke. What is keeping Apple from improving the Mac App Store? What makes the Mac App Store so bad? What […]
You know that annoying notification banner that comes up to tell you there are updates available for your apps from the Mac App Store? I hate that thing. But there’s a quick, easy way to make the dreaded banner go away.
Consider this your Public Service Announcement of the day: the latest version of OS X, “Mountain Lion,” is now available to purchase and download. Details after the jump.
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Based on the belief that Apple shouldn’t have the right to approve or disapprove of the apps it sells in the Mac App Store, a group of Russian developers have put together an alternative app store for Mac users, called Hack Store.
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Apple has released what is most likely to be its final update to Snow Leopard — an update who’s chief purpose is to prepare your computer for Lion’s imminent arrival. Time to update!
iOS apps are Apple’s big moneymaker. Yet it’s a completely closed system; you can only fill your iOS device with apps from the iTunes App Store. You can’t go to any other website or store and buy apps for your iPhone or iPad. Can you just imagine how much other retailers out there wish they […]