Softaculous has officially released a new Mac app, allowing developers to get their mac licenses signed by Apple.
Softacious, founded by former Apple engineer Matt Hall, has since moved to an Android app called Mac License Key.
Both apps work on iOS and Android devices.
Softaculous’s Mac app lets you sign your mac with a keychain, as well as for a new smartphone that uses the Mac OS X 10.10.5 “Midori” operating system.
Mac License Keys work in tandem with Apple’s Mac Developer Program, which is available on Android devices as well.
Mac Licenses can be purchased for $10.99 or $59.99.
The two apps are available now on the Apple App Store, Android Market, and the Google Play Store.
The new Softacous Mac app is only available for iPhone XS and XS Max models.
Users will need to sign into their iPhone’s Developer Program to sign a Mac Licence Key.
Softafious also announced it is adding a Mac App Store link to the Mac License keys.
Mac users can download the app now and download the Mac license keys by going to the app’s settings page and tapping the “Download link” button.