Judging by the popularity of last year's post "Writers' Mac: Best Mac programs for writers", lots of people are switching to the Mac.
Good for you - I hope your Mac enhances your creativity, as it does mine; I'm sure it will.
Now I'm an old Mac hand, with two years on the Mac - if you don't count my Apple IIe in the 1980s - I thought I'd revisit that post and update it with great new Mac writers' applications I've found in 2007.
BTW, I still LOVE all those apps in this post, and still use each and every one. :-)
Best Mac programs for writers found in 2007
* Skitch - image heaven
It's cute, uber-useful and I use it every single day. It makes creating tutorials and articles FUN. A gem. Still in invitation-only beta as of this writing, but will doubtless be out of beta soon.
* Scrivener - writing environment
Scrivener is a continuing delight. It allows the creative process to be appropriately chaotic, then helps you to put all the pieces together. I adore it.
* EagleFiler - press F1 and it's saved
Fantastically useful, especially since it saves all Web pages, PDFs etc in on your hard drive, not in a proprietary format. I use it to keep track of Comments I make on blogs and forums, and email messages I write to my writing students.
* Tinderbox - brainstorming and information management for writers
Tinderbox bills itself as "the tool for notes", but it's much, much more. It's unique. I've been using it for a couple of years, and still feel as if I haven't scratched the surface of what it can do.
Love the Mac. :-)