Bodega: An App Store for the Mac OS X
Article by George Norman
On 07 Aug 2009
The great thing about the App Store is that when you want to get an iPhone app, you are served with a central repository filled with all kinds of software applications to use on your device. The same cannot be said for the Mac OS X user though as Apple has not yet provided a similar experience for the desktop user. Apple did not, but IDFusion Software and have.

Earlier this week the two released a new program called Bodega. It is an independent attempt of providing the Mac OS X user with an experience similar to that provided by the App Store to iPhone users. Bodega, which comes free of charge, presents you with a long list of apps (free and paid) that you can easily download and use on your Mac.


“We've all been there - hunting for that one killer app that would make life so much easier. If only it existed. If only we could find it. With Bodega, you don't have to spend your time hunting for software - it's your one-stop for all your software needs,” says the official presentation of Bodega.

Here are the bits and pieces you can expect to get from Bodega:
- Use Bodega’s search feature to quickly and easily locate an app.
- Browse through the most downloaded or top-rated Mac apps.
- If you like an app, leave a review. If you don’t like it, leave a review just the same.
- No need to update an app when you launch it. Bodega makes sure you are always using the latest version.
- Get great prices on apps as Bodega lets you purchase the apps straight from the developer.
- Save all your purchase receipts and serials n Bodega.

If you would like to get started with Bodega, please click here.

Tags: Bodega, App Store, Mac OS X, IDFusion Software
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