Apple developer IDFusion on Monday is launching Bodega, an application that brings a Mac App Store to users' desktops.
Bodega is intended to do for Mac software applications what Apple's App Store did for the iPhone--give users a place to purchase and download applications. The store kicks off with 150 applications, and IDFusion said it will be quickly adding more apps.
In an interview with CNET, Phil Letourneau, the user interface designer for Bodega, said that IDFusion is trying to learn from the mistakes that Apple made with the iPhone App Store.
For instance, Apple has been heavily criticized … Read more