Digital broadcasters Apple have most recently come up with its new desktop app outlet called as the Mac App Store which gives an chance to the customers to explore more than 1000 free and paid for apps. Known market brands such as ancestry.com and software company autodesk are the ones who are providing apps that are available to the customers.
Talking about the outlet, it has facilitated Apple Mac users to download the available apps onto their mac and to pay for the same via their iTunes account, a method similar to the App store for iPhone users. However, to access the Mac App Store the users need to operate snow leopard on their mac and can be attained through a basic software update. And to add to the generosity, website design agency london Apple has also introduced new apps along with the current favourites, available from top app creators like Autodesk, Ancestry.com and Boinx to name a few.
Carl Bass, Autodesk CEO was quoted saying, “We’ve seen tremendous success on the Mac, iPhone and iPad with multiple apps. We’re excited to offer SketchBook Pro on the Mac App Store so artists can easily create everything from quick sketches to high-quality artwork on their Macs.”
The apps are categorised and diversified according to their role such as education, games, graphic design, lifestyle, productivity and utilities. And the digital broadcasters have also provided Apple’s iLife’11 suite which include the apps from the likes of iPhoto, iMovie and GarageBand, available to consumers at a rate of $14.99 (7.50GBP) each from the outlet itself.
Steve Jobs, Apple CEO, said, “With more than 1,000 apps, the Mac App Store is off to a great start. We think users will love this innovative way to discover and buy their favourite apps.” And in recent news, Steve Jobs was entitled to “Person of the Year 2010” by Financial Times following the success of the widely acclaimed iPad.