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I think there is a misunderstanding here. An iOS app (from your iPhone) cannot run on your MacBook Pro. If you want to use a similar app on your Mac, I suggest you check if there is a Mac version of the application you want to use. You can search on the Mac App Store or on the app website.


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The iPhone (and other mobile devices) run iOS, which is a different operating system to OSX which is the desktop operating system for your Macbook. Any purchases you make and download on your phone are only able to run on your phone (or other iOS device, potentially). While you can transfer them to your Mac (Transfer Purchases in iTunes) this is intended ...


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Generally, if something is greyed out, it's unavailable, and a common reason is often that the file is being copied/part downloaded etc. Scroll over to the right and check the file size of the item, and if the progress bar is present indicating a copy is happening.


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Apple let a vital App Store certificate apply, unfortunately. Update your OS and that should fix the issue. While this does not speak well for Apple, many OS manufacturers have had critical (or if you will stupid) flaws in their OS. Which makes it a good idea to keep up to date on released updates in the App store.


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The answer is mixed. While the iTunes app store can be signed into with a separate Apple ID, there will be some data (naturally) stored on the second account you use. The device will not be added to their My Apple Devices, though it will become an Authorized Device in iTunes Store. As such, some level of data will be held in the Apple Servers to facilitate ...


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Download the app in iTunes on your PC. Find the app in your library and reveal its location in Explorer. Copy the .ipa to somewhere else and rename the extension to .zip. Extract the zip archive.


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You can open, and so use, the app from your iPhone. While from your MacBook Pro you can only keep store the app in the iTunes library and update it when a new version is available.


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If it is a simple shell script, then you don't need to wrap it in an application bundle; you can double-click the script itself. However, you won't get the ability to have a custom icon or other things like that. I think there are a few helpers out there that can wrap simple scripts, but the only one that I have experience with is Platypus which allows you ...


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I assume you know that the application on the Windows phone can't, itself, be installed on your new iPhone. As to whether or not the manufacturer will allow you to "sidegrade" or not is a question only they can answer


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As per the Threema FAQ Can I move the purchased app between operating systems? Paid apps are sold for a commission by different providers (Apple, Google, Microsoft). They neither share nor forward data about their customers and licenses. Hence it is impossible to move licenses from one platform to another. Hence, when switching between Android, iOS ...


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Reeder's cache can get cleared in its preferences: Unlike the iOS version you can't limit the number of articles in the cache though.


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I might be late on this one, but I have a 6 year old daughter who wants to do stuff on my big Mac too, so I made a fun and educational game for her: Happy Cook- https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/happy-cook/id1052538652?mt=12 I also take it to go for her on my Android but it's also available on iOS and Window Phones. You can take a look too if you want it on ...


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From help.cleverfiles.com How to Uninstall Disk Drill What’s the correct way to uninstall all the components of Disk Drill? Usually, a Mac user will just move an app to the Trash, and consider the job done. But Disk Drill installs some low-core modules for effective data protection and recovery. So for this type of system-level software, dragging the app ...


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You are safe to delete the Yosemite installer. It should not harm your computer if you delete it.


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Solved! This might be really helpful for those with the same issue, follow these steps: Download and install Burp Suite Free Edition in your PC/Mac Go to Proxy->Options and edit the *.8080 interface to "All interfaces" in "Bind to address" Go to your iPhone/Tablet/Whatever and connect it to the same Wi-Fi network your PC is connected to, set up a manual ...



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