Steam for Mac

"Purchase, update, install, and follow up on popular games"
Oct 31, 2019 by Lynch

Enjoy all the best games released on Mac without the usual hassle of trying to launch them on the infamously shunned platform. Access the official releases through Steam and never know any trouble aside from the ones in the games themselves.

A Wide Appeal

The most comfortable thing about Steam is that you don't really need to install the games. Just select them in the database, pay the requested price, and the client will do the rest. It even downloads all the latest patches, updates licensed games, integrate modifications from the fan community, or remove the data from your drives in basically a couple of clicks. Check out the settings, change the local language, and customize pretty much any aspect with no hassle.

Community Feedback

Another thing about Steam everyone likes is that you never feel alone. After buying a game, you can check out fan forums, access walkthroughs and troubleshooting tips, read the news related to your favourite titles in a feed combining articles on popular gaming sites. Find friends who share your interests, join a guild in an MMO, a battle royale like PUBG, or get a random stranger for a co-op session.


What makes Steam the king among game social clients is not only its polish when compared to Origin or UPlay, but the feeling of belonging to the gaming world as much as the games belong to you.

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2.10.91 (Sep 19, 2019)
Runs on macOS:
El Capitan (10.11),
High Sierra (10.13),
Mojave (10.14),
Catalina (10.15)
File name:
steam.dmg (3.2 MB)


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  • A huge games library
  • Automated configuration for compatibility
  • Free updates and technical support
  • Regular sales and giveaways
  • Community mod workshop
  • Social network features
  • Updates may interfere with the game in progress
  • Lack of customizable interface themes
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