Applications developers have been able to implement support for Apple’s .Mac service into their products since the release of a software development kit to enable this—but where can users find a list of apps that offer such support?
Apple has assembled a comprehensive list of applications offering such support, which it has published online.
The extensive list is split into four categories: fun and games, productivity, publishing and utilities.
The list also explains the integrated features, including such highlights as being able to save Sims 2 characters to an iDisk Public Folder. The list also includes a variety of tools to help users upload media and notes to their iDisk.
You can find the collection online.
-Macworld staff, Macworld.co.uk
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