Apple has launched its Mac App Store with more than 1,000 free and paid applications.
The Mac App Store is the desktop version of the same experience that iPod and iPhone users have been enjoying: a categorized list of apps that are easy to find, buy and install. Click on an app, enter your iTunes password (the same one you use to buy apps through your iPhone), and you’ll be able to use your new app as soon as it’s downloaded and installed.
The store lets users browse through new and hot apps, staff favorites and top charts to find the best apps available. App categories include education, games, graphics and design, lifestyle, productivity, utilities and others.
For a sample of pricing, you can get Apple’s own iPhoto, iMovie and GarageBand apps for $14.99 each; Pages, Keynote and Numbers are available for $19.99 each, while Aperture 3 costs $79.99.
You can check out the store either by downloading the latest Mac OS X update (v10.6.6) or by visiting apple.com/mac/app-store. Developers interested in creating apps for the Mac App Store can go to developer.apple.com/programs/mac for more info.hardinglaw.com for more information of Harding & Associates Family Law