"The Retina display upgrades have allowed our developers the opportunity to go back and look under the hood of our products, and with the new tricks and skilled learned at WWDC, we are hoping to see improved results on a varied list of things," said Ambrosias Champlin. "So, in short we are excited to get a chance to go back in and tweak and rework an already loved product."
And the end result, developers say, should be great to look at.
"We're not necessarily excited about the process," said Many Trickss Griffiths, "but we do like the fact that our apps will look better on the Retina MacBook Pros."
Here is a list of some of the Mac apps that have been upgraded to support the new MacBook Pros Retina display. (Note: Some of them have not yet been approved for the Mac App Store.)