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Is there a good resource for Mac Freeware?

I know that some places will have a section for Macs but is there a dedicated Mac site?

Its my 1st mac and although I don't wanna clutter it up there must be some "Must have" Mac apps...?

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When you go there it detects your OS by default.

Try my custom Mac Forums Search Engine: Mac Forums Google Search

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Here's another good place for Mac freeware. You might also want to look around on the Apple site. They have a wide assortment of applications listed including some which are free.

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The answers so far are good, but there is a "Mac OS X Software" link right in your Apple menu: screencapture here.
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Here's a link you may want to check out. The first piece of software, Adium, you should download immediately if you haven't downloaded it already. It is the single best chat program in existence.

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All Freeware:
 TwistedMac - FREE Mac Apps Collection 250+ & Counting

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