To make the most of the Mac App Store, you must have an Intel Mac with Snow Leopard.You must first make the free update numbered 10.6.6. After restarting, an icon appears right next to the Finder in the Dock.


According to Apple on the launch of the Mac App Store over a thousand applications available both free and paid. Apple CEO Steve Jobs said the following about it:

With More Than 1000 apps, the Mac App Store is off to a great start. We think users are going to love this innovative new way to discover and buy Their favorite apps.

In the Mac App Store will include Apple's own apps are available separately, including iLife '11 (iMovie, iPhoto and GarageBand) and the iWork suite with Pages, Numbers and Keynote. Other apps are the long awaited version 2 of Twitterrific Twitter client for Mac (now Twitter for Mac) and Flight Control the game, also for the iPhone and iPad available.

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Once the application is launched from the store, you can connect with the same Apple ID account that for iTunes. In passing, it should validate the new conditions of use. The operation is very simple: a toolbar provides access to applications put forward by Apple (highlight), with sales rankings, categories, to list your purchases and finally to that of updates available for the applications you have downloaded. You can also type a search term in the appropriate box in the upper right.

Mac-apps With the Mac App Store makes it easier to install Mac applications. If you already have an iTunes account the same account you can also use the Mac application store. You can also download applications you have on multiple Macs and even re-download the app for instance if you have accidentally deleted. Incidentally, the Mac App Store an alternative to installing applications and not the only wa
y, as Apple CEO Steve Jobs during its deployment already underlined.

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