Best Mac App Store Apps

12 Jan 2011  No Comments

The Mac App Store has been out for a few days and here is a list of what I think are good apps that everybody should get.

Twitter

(free):

The official Twitter app for mac is finally released along with the birth of the apps store. From the guys who brought you Tweetie comes a very decent Twitter app. [Link]

Alfred

(free):

A must for every power user. Its a replacement for mac’s built-in spotlight that is really versatile, powerful and configurable. [Link]

Aperture 3

($79.99):

If you do any photo enhancing on your Mac and haven’t bought either Apple’s Aperture or Adobe’s Lightroom3 yet, then buying Aperture is a no-brainer. Down from its regular retail price of $200. $80 is considered a steal. [Link]

iLife’11:

The price of the iLife package is $50, in the App Store the 3 main applications (iPhoto ’11, iMovie ’11 and GarageBand ’11) will cost you just $45 ($15 each). But you will miss out on iWeb and iDVD. Both applications that are included on the iLife ’11′s DVD but haven’t been updated for a few years now (since iLife ’09). [Link]

iWork ’09:

I would suggest that you stay away from iWork ’09 at the moment as iWork ’11 looks really close to release. But if you have to; Pages, Keynote and Numbers are all available for $20 each. Also cheaper than retail. [Link]

Pixelmator

($29.99):

Pixelmator is one of the best image editors you can find on the Mac. With version 2.0 exclusive to the App Store and cost 50% less than the previous versions. This is also a must have application. [Link]

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