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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by Akme, Mar 1, 2011.
Hopefully Firefox and Chrome will follow suit, it makes them even easier to find and install than going to the website and doing it the old fashioned way.
I'm just wondering if, as the article highlights, Opera could've possibly just slipped through the reviewing process?
If it was allowed in intentionally, on the other hand, it gives me a great deal of hope that the App Store will prove to be an open and well-rounded resource for Mac applications.
It warned me that it contained age-restricted material (?) and after I clicked that dialog away it disappeared, although the store says it's installed. Go figure.
I found some here.
Downloading web browsers has always done that, on the iOS store too. Since you can access adult content with a web browser, it makes sense.