Before You Yell at Me:
This isn't an exhaustive list!
Requesting a bundle ID:
If you have a macOS app's bundle ID you can't figure out, you can
- Contact me here and ask nicely please!
- File an issue on the GitHub repo if you're able
Adding to the ListIf you'd like to add to the list, feel free to:
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Bundle Identifier List #
|App Name||Bundle ID|
|Heroes of the Storm||
|League of Legends||
|Logic Pro X||
How to Find an App's Bundle Identifier #
I figured this out based on this post from Rob Griffiths in 2018:
Open up Terminal.app
Type the following command:
osascript -e 'id of app "Name of App"'
The "Name of App" is replaced with the name of the app as it appears when hovering over its Dock icon.
So for example,
- Chrome is
- Plugging that into the code above you get:
osascript -e 'id of app "Google Chrome"'
- Which will provide you with a bundle identifier of
Tutorial Video #
Here's how to fix macOS audio mic permissions using Discord as an example:
Direct link to YouTube video