Are you wondering how to find your Mac UDID so you can get in on an ad-hoc Mac App Store beta?
Just like with iPhone and iPad, your Mac has a UDID (technically a Hardware UUID) as well.
Developers use this UDID to send you app builds before they become publicly available. Luckily, it is easy to locate once you know where to look.
This is the procedure that you should follow.
STEP 1 – Click on the Apple Logo that is at the top left of your Mac Menu Bar.
STEP 2 – Click on the option, “About This Mac”.
STEP 3 – Click on “More Info” in the Window that appears on the new window that appears.
STEP 4 – Click on “System Report”.
STEP 5 – Make sure “Hardware’ option is selected at top left.
STEP 6 – The very last entry in the list on the right will be your “Hardware UUID”.
Now all you need to do is just copy and paste it and mail it off to the developer. Ad-hoc app will arrive very soon for beta testing.
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