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MacUpdate launches annual holiday bundle
Wednesday, December 5, 2012 @ 1:15am

Adding to the currently running assortment of bundle offers, MacUpdate has launched its annual holiday bundle. This year, for $49, the bundle includes 11 productivity, utility and entertainment titles for OS X. The first 12,000 purchasers of the bundle receive home remodeling visualizer Live Interior 3D Pro as a bonus.



Titles include recovery tool Data Rescue 3, HTML editor Espresso, Ambrosia Software's screen capture utility Snapz Pro X, finder tweaker TotalFinder, desktop manager TotalSpaces, DVD backup solution Mac DVDRipper Pro, typography assistant PopChar X, financial manager MoneyWell, desktop publisher Swift Publisher, and entertainment titles Company of Heroes and Roller Coaster Tycoon 3 Platinum. Not including the bonus Live Interior 3D Pro, all the titles retail for $609 if purchased separately. Two options are available for purchase -- the entire bundle is available for digital download only for $49, or a USB Flash Drive can be mailed including everything but the entertainment titles for an additional $10.



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