Just like the App Store for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad, the Mac App Store allows you to download apps directly to your Mac. You can browse the apps by category and read developer descriptions and user reviews or search for specific apps. In order to access the Mac App Store, you’ll need to be running Max OS X v10.6 or later and download the latest Mac OS X update.
This slideshow highlights 15 hot business apps from the Mac App Store.
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