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I downloaded an application from the iTunes store.But in my launchpad there isn't this application, I would know where to find it.

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And it's not under /Applications through Finder? – slhck Nov 23 '12 at 22:03
No, there isn't. – Ramy Al Zuhouri Nov 23 '12 at 23:00
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Applications downloaded via the iTunes Store are meant for iOS devices, not your Mac (they wouldn't show up in either Launchpad or in /Applications/. You can find the location of your iTunes library by opening iTunes and going to Preferences > Advanced. Inside that folder, you should see a Mobile Applications folder, where all apps are stored.

If you did mean the Mac App Store, it's possible the application download was interrupted. If you go to the Purchases tab, all of the applications you have purchased would be listed, and you should be able to download and install any that are not already marked as such.

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I understand now, I was downloading the apps with os x.I'll do it with my iPhone.Should I remove the downloaded apps? – Ramy Al Zuhouri Nov 24 '12 at 12:40

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