I know I can a) copy the link (then paste it somewhere) and b) email it to a friend, or of course myself. But both are a kind of a hassle, especially when you're basically 'shopping around' for an app - ie, those times when you know you want something, say, photography related, but there are several interesting possibilities so you want to check them all out first, then settle on one. Particularly as mac apps tend to be more expensive, on average, than iphone apps, so it's generally not possible to just download all of them as you find them, then decide which ones are worth keeping In such cases, you can end up with several emails to self (and the process for doing that in the first place gets kind of tedious after the third or fourth time - plus after all the interruptions you begin to lose focus ). Copy-pasting the links in a single document (eg a Sticky) is a little more economical in terms of the number of clicks, but it's still an interruption, not to mention that the app is frequently not recognizable by url alone, so you have to type out its name too :/ I know the itunes store (both the apps section and the music section) has a button that lets you add the app to a wishlist. I'd love to have that in the mac app store too! I know if I did, I'd use it a lot more; as it is now I frequently have the urge to go to the app store to find a nice app for one project or another (I have several going at any one time ), but my enthusiasm kind of deflates after I remember that there's just no way to organize my research. What do you think?