Briefly: Macbundler, MacLegion offering holiday bundles
Monday, December 3, 2012 @ 1:47pm
| Macbundler's holiday bundle featuring nine popular Mac apps for $45 has been launched. Bundled apps include MacScan, RapidWeaver 5, MotionComposer, Tidy Up, Screenium 2, iFinance, PulpMotion, DEVONSphere Express, and Cocktail, which together carry a value of more than $450. The bundle will be available for two weeks and can be purchased through Macbundler's website. In addition, the company is running a referral contest that gives customers the chance to win an iPhone 5 or iPad mini.
MacLegion Holiday bundle offers 10 apps for $50
The MacLegion is also running a Holiday Bundle that provides customers with 10 major Mac apps for $50. Valued at over $500, the MacLegion bundle includes TechTool Pro, Freeway Pro, djay, Capo, Fantastical, RipIt, iRip, Beamer, CopyPaste Pro, and Code Collector Pro. The first 5,000 customers are also being offered a free download of Alarm Clock Pro, an additional $20 value.
Mac Superbundle, iStack Social Mac bundle
Also ongoing in bundle deals is the Mac Superbundle holiday edition, with nine apps including ArcSoft's Perfect 365 photo app, The Escapers' Flux 4 HTML design tool, and others, along with a bonus: buyers receive Star Wars: The Force Unleashed (Ultimate Sith Edition), a $20 value when they buy the $29 bundle. The deal is good for another nine days.
In addition, there is an iStack Social Mac Bundle 2.0, with just four days left to the deal. Buyers can get 10 or more Mac apps, including well-known programs like Printopia, Crossover XI, Camtasia 2, Circus Ponies Notebook, FX Photo Studio Pro and a introductory guide to building iOS apps without programming along with some other programs, all for $50. There is a chance to win an Omni Group bundle of apps, and users can get a copy of Narrator for free by signing up to receive Stack Social's future offers.
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