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The latest update to OS X Mountain Lion Developer Preview 3 seems to have partially enabled iOS-style automatic app downloads in the App Store. Like on the iPhone and iPad, when you buy and install an app on one of your Macs, all of your other Macs logged into the same App Store account will automatically install the app too.

Unfortunately, the feature does not seem to be working completely. While the App Store will still offer to enable automatic downloads (as seen above), it does not actually install anything when you purchase apps from another computer. However, it does apparently show the app as being installed when you view it in the App Store. There is a good chance we will see at least one more developer preview, or at least a GM, in the coming weeks that should fully enable the feature.


I know you all love your Mac & there is nothing wrong that. But hey, do you really think you can deny the fact that there are lot more Windows applications out there than Mac? Don’t get me wrong. I am a huge fan of Mac as well but the problem is, for professional reason I still need to use Windows. Among all the Mac users, those of you who used Windows at some point of their life time should know what exactly I meant.

Finding a real alternative for many Windows applications is not an easy thing. Sometimes getting an OS X version of certain Windows application is nearly impossible as well. Don’t you guys think that to be able to run some of those Windows application on your Mac would be really cool?
WinOnX
Liked the idea? Here is a solution for your. WinOnX is a Mac application which will let you install certain Windows application on your Mac computer. How to do that?

Step 1: Go to this link & download this Mac app from iTunes.
Step 2: Download any Windows app that you want to run on your Mac.
Step 3: Located the Windows application from WinOnX & install it, that’s it.

Yes, you are done. All you have to do now is to launch that Windows application from WinOnX. Now, there certain issues that you should know from the very beginning.

  • You might not be able to run some Windows application.
  • Certain application(mostly games) might not run in Full Screen mode.
  • WinOnX is originally developed from open source Wine project which was intended to run Windows application on Linux platform.

Sounds good? go ahead & give it a shot. Let us know how was it?


The method only replaces the signature files from free apps into the paid apps. Follow the simple steps below to install cracked apps on your Mac.

Warning: This is for educational propose only

Step 1: Install the latest Snow Leopard update (10.6.6) and sign into the new App Store (in your dock).
Step 2: Download Twitter for Mac and navigate to Applications folder to locate Twitter. Just right click and select Show Package Contents and then navigate to Contents folder. Copy _CodeSignature, _MASReceipt and CodeResources.
Step 3: Download Angry Birds HERE.
Step 4: Run the dmg file and drag Angry Birds into the Applications folder.
Step 5: Right click and select Show Package Contents and then navigate to Contents folder and delete _CodeSignature, _MASReceipt and CodeResources.
Step 6: Now paste in the files you copied from the Twitter.app.
Step 7: Done. Enjoy Angry Birds and any other .app file from the new Mac App Store that you can find online.