An iOS app by the name of “Desktop apps” gives you most features of the Mac App Store (without the option to purchase of course) on your iOS device. You can see the top (free, paid, grossing) charts, browse Mac apps by category and even search for a specific app.
In the app description view, you can see the app’s screenshots, the entire description, the rating and the price. You can also share Mac app URLs through email, Facebook and Twitter but surprisingly not via iMessage.
Although the app doesn’t exactly solve the Mac App Store links on iOS problem, it’s a nice way to look up Mac apps on the go, when you’re not near your desktop or laptop.
The app is free with ads, but you have the option of removing ads via a $0.99 in-app purchase.
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