A new site called MacOSArchives has been launched by Aceweb Internet. The new site offers Mac downloads, and is part of a network of similar sites for other platforms. According to MacOSArchives:
Aceweb Internet today announced the launch of MacOSArchives.com, an extensive archive of software for the Apple Macintosh(R) operating system.
The site is the latest addition to Aceweb's vast network of popular software download sites, all accessible through its main portal, SoftwareArchives.com.
MacOSArchives offers visitors dozens of software categories to choose from, including Antivirus, E-mail, Internet and more. The software is updated on a regular basis, often on the same day of a new release or version update.
The site was created to address the shortage of Mac(R) software resources available on the Internet. Because Macintosh(R) has been overshadowed by the popularity of Microsoft Windows(R), many software makers have ignored the needs of Macintosh(R) users in their development plans. Users often have difficulty finding a compatible product to meet their specific needs. Aceweb has remedied this by researching the Macintosh(R) software market and then placing the applications into predefined categories.
In addition to providing users with the latest Mac(R) software, MacOSArchives.com also gives software developers the opportunity to introduce their products to the Mac community, free of charge.
You can find more information about the new site directly from them.