Apple has released a Mac App Store update for OS X Snow Leopard users, which “ensures future compatibility” and is recommended for all users of the operating system.
This update, which comes in at 3.5MB, will include the following improvements:
- Installs a renewed intermediate signing certificate required by the Mac App Store. The certificate ensures that you can continue to use the Mac App Store in Snow Leopard to purchase new apps and run any previously purchased apps that use receipt validation.
- Includes improvements to Mac App Store alerts.
Click here to download the OS X Snow Leopard update, or hit up the Updates tab in the Mac App Store.
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