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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by Ken Rogers, Feb 3, 2012.
Can I submit an app in the form of an Adobe AIR file to the Mac App Store?
Join the Mac Developer Program to access all the information you need.
Thanks, I appreciate the invite.
I build games with Adobe software. My games are in the format of AIR and EXE. Before I leap into this developer program, I would like to know whether I will be needing to learn xCode and Objective C, or if I can just submit my games to the Mac App Store in their present format.
If I can get some feedback on this, it would be greatly appreciated.
There's a lot to read in the Developer's Program that will answer all of your questions. Here's a hint: Mac OS X doesn't run .exe files at all.
You've probably figured out that I'm trying to avoid spending $100 until I know whether or not I can sell an AIR app on the Mac App Store.
What's with the top-secret stuff? Don't tell anybody anything until they have signed up? Why can't you people answer a question? Or say nothing if you don't have the answer?
Yes, I am aware of the developer program, which cost $100. But I have questions before I join. Apparently I don't know the forum secret handshake.