Lion is just around the corner, and there are already compatible apps showing up in the App Store. Apple asked developers to start submitting apps for Lion a couple of days ago, and Apple has already approved some Lion-compatible apps for the Mac.
The newest speculation is that Lion will drop on July 26th. That’s nearly two weeks for devs to get their apps submitted and ready.
OS X Daily noticed one app in-particular, WordCrasher, that already has Lion’s full-screen and Resume features built in. MacStories notes that some other apps in the Mac App Store have added Lion support for mere compatibility, and some also introduce new features in the app’s update.
A couple others:
Apple should keep approving updates for apps in the Mac App Store as Lion’s launch grows nearer. It will be interesting to see the first apps hit the App Store that are made specifically for Lion.