So you’re thinking about buying a Mac app or two for your iMac/Macbook in the coming days. But before you do, you could potentially save yourself some money by checking out some of the Mac Bundles being offered at this time. For instance, with theÂ MacUpdate Bundle, you get Parallels 8 Desktop ($79.99 on its own) and 9 other great Mac apps for just $49.99. Or theÂ MacLegion BundleÂ for the same price and number of apps, which includesÂ Roxio Toast 11 Titanium, Launcher and others. Then there’s the Pick a Bundle (choose 10 apps you want) we covered previously. There are several more featured in this roundup we’ve put together, so take a look within and see if there’s a bundle that tickles your fancy.
Unlike most of the previous Mac bundles we’ve seen in the past, Paddle.com’s Pick a Bundle let’s you pick the Mac apps you want, just so you’re not stuck with ones you don’t particularly care for. For $49.99, you get to choose 10 out of 30 different Mac apps and games, and they include Rapidweaver (web design tool), DEVONthink (notes and data manager), HandsOff! (control network and disk access) and Moneywell (personal finance software). All the apps range in price – retailing anywhere from $145 to under $10 – so if you’re able to come up with 10 that look appealing, the $50 is a great bargain. Head over to theÂ bundle site for the complete details and check out all 30 apps being offered.
Been patiently waiting for a price drop on Parallels 8? Well you’re in luck, because it’s part of the latest Mac bundle to hit the web this Thanksgiving season. With theÂ Mac Utility Bundle, you get 5 apps for $59 – which is 75% off the total retail price. They include:Â Parallels 8, Snagit, MacOptimizer, Rubbernet and VirusBarrier. Normally Parallels 8 sells for $80 and it’s arguably the best utility for running Windows right from within Mac OS. Snagit’s another app I use heavily for capturing screenshots for TMA and other projects (it can also do video capturing), and this alone retails for $50. You have 7 days to take advantage of this great Mac Utility bundle, so head over to the Stacksocial pageÂ for the complete details.
And if you missed it earlier, the ProductivityMac bundle (9 apps for $29) is still on.
Here’s a Mac bundle from ProductiveMacsÂ that should appeal to Mac users who want to get stuff done. For $29.99, you get 9 mac apps, the total value of which is $239. The most notable from the lot include the truly handy and popularÂ TextExpander (expand custom keyboard shortcuts into often-used text and images), Path Finder (anÂ award winning file browser and management app for Mac) and TaskPaper (a simple yet effectiveÂ to-do list that lets you createÂ projects, tasks, or notes without all the usual distractions. TaskPaperÂ is also available for the iPhone and iPadÂ for $9.99). I’ve been a long time user of TextExpander and it’s certainly saved me time and typing with all the shortcuts I’ve created on my iMac, be it addresses, urls, common phrases or even chunks of text. This normally goes for $35 alone, so for 5 bucks less you actually get 8 other apps as well.
The MacHeist 4 Bundle is here folks and it’s one of the best I’ve seen in recent memory. For just $29, you’ll get 15 Mac apps, which includeÂ Bejeweled 3,Â ScrivenerÂ (a great tool for writers),Â DiskTools Pro, Jurassic Park and Sam & Max from Telltale Games, and more. The deal even includes a 1 year + 3 months of theÂ Premium upgrade toÂ Evernote, a fantastic note collecting app that I simply can’t go without (I use it to store everything from receipts and memos, to reminders for where I store things and research material I find on the web). Personally, this alone is worth the $29 price tag. The 3 apps that will be unlocked when 25K bundles have been sold are: Firetask, BioShock 2Â and Painter Lite. And 25% of the each purchase goes to 1 of 10 charities of your choice.
If you’ve got a Mac, don’t miss out on this awesome bundle. Just don’t procrastinate though; you’ll have 8 more days to score loads of great apps for a fraction of the total cost. Check out the video promo after the break.
StacksocialÂ has served up another awesome bundle for Mac users and this one involves Parallels 7, arguably the bestÂ virtualization application for OS X – a tool that lets you run Windows from within your desktop environment, without the need to reboot. With theÂ Parallels MobileÂ app for iOS, you have access to all your Mac and Windows apps/programs on your iDevice.Â Called theÂ iStack Mac Bundle, it features 10 useful Mac apps for only $49 (95% off full value). Some of the other apps found in the bundle include SnagIt, Hands Off!, Clarify and Disk Drill Pro. For aspiring iOS developers out there, it also includes an iOS App development video course from Udemy (10 hours of video and 180 step-by-step tutorials). And oh yes, for those of you who’ve been eyeing the latest Macbook Pro, don’t miss out on this sweetÂ Retina MacBook Pro Giveaway!
The bundle ends in 15 days, on July 25th. A break down of all apps included after the break.