The Mac App Store: Blessing or Curse for Apple Store Retail Exposure?

News / Saturday, January 8th, 2011

If you’re an Apple fan, the next best thing to getting something new is going to the Apple Store to get it. Apple has nailed the retail shopping experience and I’ve visiting many a store in different cities or countries just to have the experience of being around the technology and being in the uber-cool environment.

Now that the Mac App Store is a reality, I may spend less time at the store but actually spend more money online accessing both popular and hard-to-find software titles to keep my Macs running for optimum productivity and fun.

What are your thoughts on the Mac App Store and its impact on the Apple Store retail experience?

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The Mac App Store. More than a thousand apps. One simple new way to get them.

The Mac App Store is just like the App Store for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. So it’s as easy to find and download Mac apps as it is to add your favorite magazine to iPad or a new game to iPod touch. You can browse Mac apps by category, such as games, productivity, music, and more. Or do a quick search for something specific. Read developer descriptions and user reviews. Flip through screenshots. When you find an app you like, click to buy it.


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