I would like to look for an application in the apple archive in a web browser if this is possible. I know this is possible by installing iTunes, but I don’t like doing this and I hope you don’t need to do a simple search for an application. This way I could send a link of a URL to someone to show the application. Is it possible? In GooglePlay it’s so simple and intuitive, but in MAC-World I’m lost again with a simple request.
I know the application exists, because I wrote it myself and I can find it with the “App Store” – App on my IPad, so I’m sure it exists.
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I would be happy if someone guided me to this feature-search, if it exists.
iTunes has a search application as documented here, it is not necessary to use Google. To search for applications only, set the
Here is a sample search URL that will return results for apps with “myApp”
You could use Google and the
For example, you can type the search engine:
This list lists all the apps from the site
To get a link, there is a way. – Go to Itunes – Click on the applications and select “create a link”. Then you have something like this: https://itunes.apple.com/ch/app/APPNAME/id1078891695?mt=8 this can be sent
Very frustrating, there is no way to get this shortcut without ITunes. Mac is unuserfriendly!
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