Currently Intune only supports the deployment of iOS apps not Mac OS apps. To deploy the apps we need to rely on a separate MDM solution at a cost. We're looking to use InTune as a National solution (Australia wide) We have 100 Macs in our environment and they are becoming more difficult to manage.37 votes
I have to correct this status – we released VPP for iOS last spring, but MacOS VPP was not included at that time. We have fixed the error in the docs that made me think it was done along with iOS. However, I have confirmed that we have started this work and are eager to deliver it as soon as we can, like months, not years. I’m sorry for any confusion this caused.
When publishing new or editing current applications you're prompted every time to sign in using the Microsoft Intune Software Publisher. This is very annoying. Further I see this item in a broader perspective of improving the Software Publisher including the other user voice items related to this topic.
Hopefully improvements regarding the Microsoft Intune Software Publisher won't be postponed looking ahead the new Microsoft Intune Portal1 vote
After your tenant has been migrated to the Azure portal, you won’t need to use the Software Publisher to upload iOS or Android apps, but you may still need it for Windows apps for now.
I know everyone wants it ASAP, but it will take a few months to migrate everyone. You will be notified when your tenant is ready for use on the new Azure portal. We appreciate your patience.
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