Two months later, developers (mostly) positive about OS X’s GateKeeper
Remember the wails about Apple turning OS X into a “walled garden” when news of GateKeeper emerged? The tool, which allows OS X users to restrict where their apps come from, was announced in February 2012 and was included with Mountain Lion when it was released in July. The controversy hinged on Apple’s attempt to guide users toward installing only those apps downloaded from the Mac App Store, or at least settling for a middle ground wherein users could also install apps “signed” by the developer—an action that still costs the developer $99 per year and pads Apple’s bank account.
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