“Have patience with all the things, but, first of all with yourself”, this saying is somehow true indeed in all the aspects of work. For an instance, as a mac user whenever I feel to download any app, there’s always a feel of restriction to first enter my Apple Id and Password. Lets say if I want to download 100 apps one by one then i have to login 100 times, furious situation. Isn’t it? I understand that this login prompt is sometimes useful also to ensure that you do not end up accidentally buying a paid app that you do not need, but this is not a good fit for free apps. There’s certainly need to bypass app store login while downloading apps on mac.
Earlier it was cumbersome to do so, but today at GizmoStorm we are here with a neat trick which can help you to Bypass the Password Prompt When Downloading Apps from the App Store. Now I should stop blabbering and let’s head over to main content.
Warning: We are here to provide a method to bypass app store login while downloading apps on mac, and if you feel that this content is not useful with respect to your security concern, then please don’t proceed further. Make sure that the App Store is not open on your Mac. If it is, close it before you start.
How to bypass app store login while downloading apps on mac :
Step 1 : Click on apple logo in top left corner of your screen, and select “System preferences”.
Step 2 : Click on “App Store”.
Step 3 : After entering the app store panel, you will find the drop down menu next to the Free Download label.
Step 4 : Click on drop down menu and select “save password” so as to disable the login prompt while downloading free apps.
Step 5 : We can also adjust the setting of paid apps by clicking the drop down menu next to Purchases and In-App Purchases label.
Step 6 : Now you can exit out of setting panel as job is done.