Feb 11 2013, 11:00am CST | by Shane McGlaun
Origin is EA's online digital game storefront and it has been around for a long time for Windows users. However, the software was unavailable for Mac users leaving them unable to purchase digital games from EA's virtual storefront. EA has announced that Origin for Mac users is now available.
The application is available for download right now and EA is offering a very interesting feature. Gamers who like to play on both Windows and Mac computers can purchase the title once and have access to both versions. That means you could buy a game at home on your Windows PC and then use it at work on your Mac PC when the boss isn't looking.
That feature is only available for video games that are offered in both Windows and Mac versions. The catalog for Mac gamers includes titles from EA and its publishing partners. The software is available for download right now.
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