Like the iTunes Store, the Mac App Store strangely lacks tabbed browsing, despite the fact that they’re both basically just websites. One way to work around this drawback hails from Josh Helfferich, who pointed out that you can drag and drop icons from the Mac App Store onto your browser. If you’re doing a lot of looking around, this is a great way to look at a lot of apps quickly or keep multiple tab open to compare.

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