For users, the Mac App Store makes finding, purchasing, and downloading new software a breeze. But is the experience as enjoyable for the developers behind that software? Setapp surveyed over 700 macOS developers to find out what they really think of Apple’s marketplace. The results give us an interesting insight into the challenges they face when choosing the Mac App Store, whether life is better without it, and how Apple has improved.Following the staggering success of the iOS App Store, Apple opened the doors to its Mac App Store in January 2011. In just 24 hours, it had already amassed over 1 million downloads, and it has continued to grow in popularity ever since. Apple has been working to improve the experience for both users and developers, and over the past year, it has focused its efforts on speeding up the review process. But for many, its restrictions still prove problematic — as does its 30 percent cut of every penny made. To find out whether the pros outweigh the cons, what’s changed over the past 12 months, and whether business really is more convenient on the Mac App Store, Setapp surveyed 742 macOS developers. Mac App Store isn’t the primary choice For… Read full this story
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