An example to follow.
Too many times (no longer so much as in the past, though) we had to read about software houses that abandoned the development of their products for Macintosh. Now it's the moment of redemption: there is not only Adobe that claims to earn about 40% of its turnover thanks to the Mac versions of their programs, even a small software company like Pay & Play Software with a letter open declares itself willing from now on to develop only for Mac. Economic causes due to large expenses for the technical support of the Windows platform are alleged. Stephen Reiss, president and founder of Pay & Play Software adds: "we are confident in Mac OS X and in this regard we no longer consider Windows an interesting platform for us".