Got a Mac running Snow Leopard? Well, now there’s an App Store for it, and it opens with over 1,000 apps. But moving on, Apple’s own apps are also available for download, like iPhoto, iMovie and GarageBand ($14.99 each) to Pages, Keynote and Numbers ($19.99 each), and Aperture 3 being available for $79.99. Also, the hit Twitter client (and one of the best of all time), Tweetie 2 (now just Twitter) has re-launched for Mac, and Autodesk Sketchbook Pro is also present, further confirming the obvious fact that app developers can submit their apps to the store for approval, much like the iOS App Store, with the same strict rules (or even stricter).
But in the meantime, if you find an update for Snow Leopard, then download it, install it, and get the Mac App Store running along pleasantly, since it’s included in the software update. Via: Apple PR