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New Mac User...Question on where to find software?


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Hello...I actually don't have a Mac yet, but will be getting one shortly.

I'm wondering if anyone could help me with the name of a program that is available for the Mac...

It allows you to catalog your CDs by scanning the barcode with the built in webcam...

Also, are there any dedicated websites that sell or offer programs for the Mac? I've kind of searched around, but haven't seemed to have found anything substantial yet.
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You can buy software direct off the apple website. If you want to buy shareware software that can be had at versiontracker.com or macupdate.com

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that looks like a very kl program.
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Yeah it's a smooth program, best site to find software in my opinion is http://www.macupdate.com I like it better than versiontracker.com
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Hopefully some people are still checking out this thread...

What is some required software for a Mac? Are there any really good widgets out there? Something that I should get right from the start?
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There is no "required" software for Macs. I would suggest taking a look at this stickied thread in the Switcher Hangout for some recommendations though:

A switcher's guide to OS X Software

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