Apple announced at the Worldwide Developer Conference that the Mac App Store will receive a much-needed redesign in the macOS Mojave Update due to be released in the fall.  From a visual perspective, the update brings the App Store more in line with its iOS equivalent and presents a curated list of apps as well as some editorial content (such as tutorials, reviews, and app raids). Preview videos show you what you get before you buy, and the new design divides the store into areas such as creating, working, playing, and developing. The Discover tab has been updated to showcase new apps and tips and tricks for the apps you already own.
Some popular apps will soon be available on the Mac App Store. Apple says apps like Adobe Lightroom CC and Live Studio are being provided by Snap Inc. for the first time through the store for download, though there's no word on how app subscriptions are managed (this seems to be a hassle for developers like Adobe) ,
In one step that could be described as "poetic," Microsoft Office 365 also beats the Mac App Store just in case you're not a big fan of Apple's own productivity software. Just like in the old days, am I right?
You can expect to see the redesigned Mac App Store this fall when Apple officially releases macOS Mojave. If you're a developer, you can crack a Mojave beta today. Otherwise, if you feel adventurous, Apple will be releasing Mojave in the public beta this month. Keep in mind that running beta software on your primary computer is a great way to beautify the day.
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