Apple Encourages Developers to Notarize and Submit Apps for macOS Catalina

Apple Encourages Developers to Notarize and Submit Apps for macOS Catalina

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Following the gold master seed of macOS Catalina, Apple is encouraging developers to notarize their apps and submit to them to Mac App Store.

To further protect users on macOS Catalina, we’re working with developers to make sure all software, whether distributed on the App Store or outside of it, is signed or notarized by Apple. This will give users more confidence that the software they download and run, no matter where they get it from, has been checked for known security issues.

Apple says Catalina will soon be available to hundreds of millions of users.

With macOS Catalina, your Mac apps can take advantage of Sign in with Apple, Sidecar, and the latest advances in Core ML 3, and Metal. And with Mac Catalyst, you can bring your iPad apps to Mac. Build your apps using Xcode 11, test them on a Mac computer running the macOS Catalina GM seed, and submit them for review.

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Apple Encourages Developers to Notarize and Submit Apps for macOS Catalina

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