This morning, Apple launched its new Mac App Store, bringing the world of apps that has helped make the iPhone so popular to its Mac desktops and laptops.
To get the new store, Mac users must download the new operating system software update (click the Apple in the upper left hand corner of the screen and choose "Software Update").
An icon will be added to the taskbar to launch the new store, which Apple says has more than 1,000 apps at launch, both free and paid.
Angry Birds is $4.99 since I knew you'd be asking. iLife '11 apps are $14.99 each and iWork apps are $19.99 each.