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Great apps for your Mac. Right there on your Mac.

The Mac App Store makes it easy to find and download Mac apps as well as widgets and extensions — like editing extensions for the new Photos app. You can browse Mac apps by category, such as games, productivity, music and more. Or do a quick search for something specific. Read descriptions and customer reviews. Flip through screenshots. When you find an app you like, click to buy it. The Mac App Store has apps for just about everything and everyone. Here are a few of our favourites.

The App Store (also known as the Mac App Store) is a digital distribution platform for macOS apps, created and maintained by Apple Inc. The platform was announced on October 20, 2010, at Apple's 'Back to the Mac' event. Apple began accepting app submissions from registered developers on November 3, 2010, in preparation for its launch. Mac App Store was launched. The Mac App Store on macOS Mojave and later offers editorial content that inspires and informs. Organized around the specific things customers love to do on Mac, along with insightful stories, curated collections, and videos, the Mac App Store beautifully showcases your apps and makes them even easier to find. Learn more about the Mac App Store.

Pages

Create beautiful documents, letters, flyers, invitations and more.
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Numbers

Make eye-catching spreadsheets and charts in just a few clicks.
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Keynote

Put together a presentation with captivating graphics and transitions.
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iBooks Author

Create stunning Multi-Touch books for iPad and Mac.
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Final Cut Pro X

Bring your film to life using revolutionary video editing software.
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Logic Pro X

Turn your Mac into a complete professional recording studio.
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Wunderlist

Manage and share your to‑do lists across all your devices. View in Mac App Store

Evernote

Take notes, save web pages, create lists, attach images and PDFs, and more. View in Mac App Store

Cobook Contacts

Find, organise and keep your contacts up to date in even easier ways. View in Mac App Store

Things

Keep track of to-dos, deadlines and projects with this task manager app. View in Mac App Store

Notability

Annotate documents, record lectures and take notes with this all-in-one app. View in Mac App Store

Autodesk SketchBook

Take your ideas further with a complete set of digital drawing tools.View in Mac App Store

Day One

Keep a journal that sends reminders and looks great in day or month view. View in Mac App Store

Pocket

See something you like? Save interesting articles, videos and web pages for later. View in Mac App Store

The Photo Cookbook

Follow over 240 easy‑to‑prepare recipes picture by picture. View in Mac App Store

Kuvva Wallpapers

Choose specially curated wallpapers from a new artist each week. View in Mac App Store

Tonality

Create inspiring black-and-white images on your Mac.View in Mac App Store

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Get visual weather reports that turn complex data into fun infographics. View in Mac App Store

Sky Gamblers Cold War

Rule the action-packed skies in over a dozen different aeroplanes. View in Mac App Store

Sparkle 2

This easy-to-play but enthralling game makes the most of the Retina display. View in Mac App Store

Bike Baron

Beat hundreds of challenges as you master over 100 different bike tracks. View in Mac App Store

Civilization V: Campaign Edition

Build and defend the most powerful empire the world has ever known. View in Mac App Store

Galaxy On Fire 2™ Full HD

Battle your way through a 3D war-torn galaxy against an alien armada. View in Mac App Store

SimCity 4 Deluxe Edition

Build a city from the ground up and manage your metropolis in every way. View in Mac App Store

Money

Set a budget, schedule payments and track investments — all in one app. View in Mac App Store

MoneyWiz – Personal Finance

View all your accounts, transactions, budgets and bills in one secure place. View in Mac App Store

iBank

Manage your money with this fully featured, intuitive personal finance app. View in Mac App Store

Next - Track your expenses and finances

See your expenses by year, month or day, and take control of your finances. View in Mac App Store

Investoscope

Monitor your portfolio of stocks, bonds, mutual funds and more. View in Mac App Store

StockTouch

Keep track of the market in a whole new way. View in Mac App Store

djay

Mix songs from your iTunes library and spin live on a digital turntable. View in Mac App Store

Sound Studio

Record, edit and produce digital audio. Create your own mixes and add effects. View in Mac App Store

Shazam

Like what you hear? Identify a song at a moment’s notice. Then share it or buy it. View in Mac App Store

Tabular

Read and write tablature notation for guitar, bass, drums and more. View in Mac App Store

AmpKit

Turn your Mac into a powerful guitar amp and effects studio. View in Mac App Store

Sound Forge 2

Record, edit, process and render high-resolution audio files. View in Mac App Store

Install any app with ease.

The Mac App Store revolutionises the way apps are installed on a computer — it happens in one step. Enter the same iTunes password you use to buy apps and music on your iPhone, iPad, Mac or iPod touch. Within seconds, your new app flies to Launchpad, ready to go. So you can spend more time enjoying new apps and less time installing them.

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Keep your apps up to date.

Since developers are constantly improving their apps, the Mac App Store keeps track of your apps and tells you when an update is available — including OS X software updates. Update one app at a time or all of them at once, for free. You can even have your apps and OS X update automatically, so you’ll always have the latest version of every app you own.

The app you need. When you need it.

Can’t open a file you’ve downloaded or received in an email? OS X can search the Mac App Store to find the app that can open the file. Buy what you need instantly and get back to business.

Buy, download and even re-download.

You can install apps on every Mac authorised for your personal use, and even download them again. This is especially convenient when you buy a new Mac and want to load it with apps you already own.

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Several users have reported that they are having problems connecting to the Mac App Store. Further, users stated that this problem started after updating their Mac devices. The error message:

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“Cannot Connect to the App Store”.

You may also see similar error messages:

  • An unknown error has occurred.
  • We could not complete your request.

Please note that if you are having this issue on your iPhone or iPad, please see this article.

This article explains what you can do when your Mac can’t connect to the Apple App Store and won’t download, install, or update apps.

See also: Cannot Send or Receive Messages on Your Mac?

Why can’t my Mac connect to the App Store?

  1. First, let’s make sure that there are no network connectivity issues. Make sure that your Mac is connected to the Internet. Check to see if websites load in Safari or in other browsers. If not, you may try the following troubleshooting tips:
    1. Restart your Mac. (Apple menu > Restart).
    2. Restart your router/modem (Unplug the power supply, wait 30 seconds and then plug it back in).
    3. Turn off and on Wi-Fi. (Click the Wi-Fi icon in the menu bar).
    4. Contact your Internet service provider and confirm that there are no outages.
  2. Make sure that Apple Mac App Store servers are up and running. Go to Apple’s System Status website and check. It is possible that the App Store service is having issues with its servers or systems. For instance, currently, it is saying “Mac App Store – Completed Maintenance. 1.7% of users were affected. Customers may have been unable to make purchases from the App Store, iTunes Store, iBooks Store, or Mac App Store.” As you can see, the Mac App Store was down for some users, and but now it is fixed. If this the case, there is little you can do. Just wait. You’ll know when the service is working again.
  3. Launch iTunes. From the top menu bar, click Account and then Sign out. After signing out, sign back in.
  4. Open the App Store on your Mac and then click Store (top menu bar) and click Sing Out and then sing back in.
  5. If you are using a VPN or proxy to connect to the Internet, disable them to see if that fixes your problem.
  6. Update your Mac. Make sure that your operating system is up to date. If you are running macOS Mojave or later, go to System Preferences > Software Update and then click Check for Updates. If there is an update available, update the software on your Mac by following the on-screen instructions. If you are running an earlier version of the macOS software (e.g., macOS High Sierra, etc) then you will need to open the App Store and click Updates.
  7. On your Mac, make sure that the date and time settings are done correctly. Go to System Preferences > Date & Time to check this. You may also want to check the box for “Set date and time automatically”.
  8. Restart your Mac in Safe Mode. You can restart your Mac by pressing and holding the Shift key as your Mac starts up (turn off your Mac then turn on and immediately press and hold the Shift key). Try the App Store in Safe Mode and then restart your Mac normally (this time, do not press the Shift key).
  9. On your Mac, complete the following steps:
    1. open the Keychain Access app (Applications > Utilities > Keychain Access).
    2. Click “System Roots”.
    3. Double Click “DigiCert High Assurance EV root CA”.
    4. Click “Trust” to expand it.
    5. Change “When using this certificate” from “Use System Defaults” to “Never Trust”.
    6. Now restart your Mac.
    7. And, when your Mac is on, follow the same steps to change “When using this certificate” back to “Use System Defaults”.
  10. On your Mac, follow these steps:
    1. Open Finder.
    2. From the top menu, click Go > Go to Folder and enter the following:
    3. /var/db/crls/
    4. Click Go.
    5. Delete these files: “crlcache.db” and “ocspcache.db”. You may have to enter your admin password.
    6. And then restart your Mac.

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If everything above fails and the issue persists, you could contact Apple.

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