Software MacKiev is Ready for the Mac App Store

January 6, 2011

BOSTON, Jan. 6, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Award-winning developer and publisher Software MacKiev announced today that its complete line of premium quality consumer and education software can now be found on Apple’s new Mac App Store.

“The Mac App Store is a breath of fresh air in a world of shrinking shelf space,” said Jack Minsky, Software MacKiev’s president. “We are excited that Mac users from all around the world will be able to get their hands on our complete line of education, family, and reference software titles quickly and easily from the new Mac App Store.”

In addition to converting its current portfolio, Software MacKiev has also developed new titles exclusively for the Mac App Store including the World Book Trivia Challenge Game based on content from the World Book Multimedia Encyclopedia. Priced at just $2.99, this Mac App Store exclusive presents quizzes on a wide variety of topics from history and literature to sports and space exploration.

Pricing and Availability

Software MacKiev products may be purchased immediately through the Mac App Store in 90 countries around the world. Prices range from $0.99 to $89.99. All Mac App Store editions of Software MacKiev products are full editions and include only electronic user guides. Printed full-color guides, books and other physical materials, may still be purchased from Software MacKiev’s Web store.

About Software MacKiev

Software MacKiev is a leading developer and publisher of award-winning consumer and educational software, including The Print Shop® for Mac, Kid Pix® Deluxe 3D, Mavis Beacon® Teaches Typing, Roger Wagner’s HyperStudio®, World Book® Multimedia Encyclopedia, 3D Weather Globe(TM) & Atlas, and the ClueFinders® Adventures series. Software MacKiev is also one of the largest full-service development companies dedicated to assisting other software publishers in adopting Apple technologies in their products.

For more information please visit www.mackiev.com.

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