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Slideshow: 10 Killer Mac Applications

Web apps are the future, but there's still a lot of great software to be downloaded and installed. We picked ten worthy Mac applications, that are tops here and now.
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Programming mobile applications isn't easy, particularly in the case of games. Ansca Mobile's Corona strikes the right balance between ease of use and power. The forthcoming Corona Game Edition, in alpha testing as of early July, adds support for a physics engine. It's not the right tool for major studio 3D game project, but for 2D mobile games -- the sort you might have used Flash for had Apple CEO Steve Jobs not warned you against it -- Corona can put your project on iPods, iPads, iPhones and Android phones faster than you'd expect.

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