Once downloaded, you can launch these apps by clicking on their icons on the main page. Running Android Apps with BlueStacks Apple doesn’t make it easy to run Android apps on your Mac, but with the help of an Android emulator, you can get your favorite apps up and running. Access Downloaded Files on Mac From the Dock. By default, the Downloads Folder exists right in the Dock of your Mac. Take a look at bottom of the Mac Screen, you should be able see the Downloads Folder, located on the right side of the Dock near the Trash Can (See image below). Clicking on the Downloads Folder will provide you with access.
Measure your app’s performance and get unique insights with data you won’t find anywhere else using App Analytics, Sales and Trends, and Payments and Financial Reports. Available in App Store Connect, these tools are included with Apple Developer Program membership and require no technical implementation.
Find out how customers discover and engage with your app.
See how many users discover your app while searching or browsing on the App Store, and find out which apps and websites bring customers to your product page. You can also measure the percentage of views of your app on the App Store that result in a first-time download. This data provides insight into how your marketing efforts and metadata changes affect downloads.
Measure the performance of your marketing campaigns across channels, such as social media, email, and paid advertising, so you can focus on the campaigns that are most effective. Track downloads from Smart App Banners in Safari and cross-promotion in apps that use StoreKit to display your product page. Create unique links for each marketing campaign, so you’ll understand your average spend per user and know which campaigns drive the most downloads.
Track a variety of user engagement metrics, find out if users continue to use your app, and view the number of installations, sessions, and active devices. This information allows you to evaluate the impact of product changes, such as adjustments to the onboarding experience or the addition of special in-app content. View crash and deletion data by platform, app version, and operating system version to pinpoint potential causes and create a better user experience.
View the number of unique paying users by day, week, or month. The daily number of unique paying users can help you assess whether changes you make impact user spending within your app. Filter sales per paying users by source to learn the average spend per user from a particular campaign, app, or website.
Get daily data to understand your app’s performance and forecast your sales. Download reports with additional data to conduct deeper analysis.
View the number of active paid subscribers, subscribers that continue renewing, subscribers that convert to a standard price from an introductory price, and more. See how many new customers subscribe each day, as well as daily subscription sales, reasons a subscription has been cancelled (including billing issues and price increases), and more. You can also filter this data by app, subscription, and other metrics to analyze performance.
View data for first-time downloads of your apps, initiated sales, initiated pre-orders, and estimated proceeds. You can also filter data by date ranges, transaction types, subscription offerings, territories, and other metrics.
View your final proceeds for each month, with earnings broken out by territory and currency. See the rates used to convert your earnings from local currencies (when available) and any taxes and adjustments applied. You can also download more detailed reports of all transactions, including the number of units sold per app or in-app purchase, for the month.
To get started, sign in to App Store Connect. These tools are available to the following roles: Account Holder, Admin, Sales, and Finance.
Three types of downloads are available from Adobe.com:
Log in to your Adobe ID account to download an app that you purchased from the Adobe online store, or to download a previous version of an app. A history of your ESD purchases from the Adobe Store is available in your Adobe account.
Important: If you purchased a previous version of an Adobe software product on disc, you cannot download the app from Adobe.com.
Under Order History, click the order number for the app you are looking for.
On the order page, under Items, find the app you want to download, and select Downloads and serial numbers.
Download your application using the given links in the next screen.
When you download an app from Adobe.com, you choose a location to save the software. If you can’t remember where you saved the files, try the following solutions.
If you downloaded an app using Internet Explorer 7 on Windows Vista, your download could have been virtualized. See Can’t find or start the download installer.
Check the location where your browser automatically saves downloaded files:
Firefox and Safari track the progress of files they download. If Firefox or Safari (not Akamai Download Manager) managed the download, check the Downloads window for the location of your downloaded files:
Search your hard disks for the downloaded files using either of the following criteria:
For assistance with searching your hard disk, see the Help files for your operating system.
If Akamai Download Manager on Firefox or Safari managed the download, Akamai Download Manager’s log file of the download session contains the location of the saved download. To use the log file to find your downloaded file, use the steps for your browser and operating system below.
Open %USERPROFILE%.DownloadManager.DMQueue in a text editor such as Notepad.
Look at the top of the log file for the following line: ;LAST_TARGET_FOLDER=[disk location]. For example, this line indicates that the file was saved to your desktop:
;LAST_TARGET_FOLDER=C:Documents and Settings[username]desktop
Open Terminal and type the following command: grep LAST_TARGET_FOLDER ~/.DownloadManager/.DMQueue
Look in the Terminal window for the location of the saved file. For example, this line indicates that the file was saved to your desktop:
% grep LAST_TARGET_FOLDER ~/.DownloadManager/.DMQueue ;LAST_TARGET_FOLDER=/Users/[username]/desktop %
If you purchased an Adobe product via a retail outlet, such as BestBuy or Amazon.com, and no longer have the installation media, you may be able to download your software from the Other Downloads page on Adobe.com.
If you can’t find your downloaded file, try the download again. Or, see any of the following for more help, depending on what you are downloading:
You can also visit the Download, install, and setup