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Is there any limitation of installation of apps purchased from Mac App Store?

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You mean a limitation of the number of apps Apple lets you download in exchange for your hard-earned money? No. They take all the money you throw at them (it's called a business model). Just make sure you have enough free disk space. – Daniel Beck Feb 14 '11 at 12:36
See:… – Ian C. Feb 14 '11 at 21:08
This isn't Off Topic IMO – Nifle Dec 2 '11 at 20:42
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By my reading* of the App Store Terms and Conditions, unless you're a business or educational institution, you can install App Store applications on any Macs you own ("You may download and use an application from the Mac App Store (“Mac App Store Product”) for personal, non-commercial use on any Apple-branded products running Mac OS X (“Mac Computer”) that you own or control."). I don't believe the five-computer restriction that applies to iTunes downloads exists for the Mac App Store.

*but IANAL

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See:… -- yes, you can install App Store purchased apps on every Mac you own. No limits as long as they're personal use machines. – Ian C. Feb 14 '11 at 21:09

No, except for your free hard drive space.

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