Mac software bundles are becoming ever-more common, and today sees the announcement of another. MacGraPhoto is dedicated solely to graphics and photo applications for OS X – the first to be made available for a specific software niche.
A variety of different apps are on offer, ranging from the widely popular Picturesque to slightly more specific “niche” software such as HoudahGeo. It’s definitely worth taking a look at, and for the low price of $39.99 you might be able to grab a real bargain!
Read on for a quick summary of each of the apps included in the bundle.
We thought that we should let you know about a new Mac software bundle that’s gone on sale today. The Mac Sale is back for a second time, offering a range of different software for the bargain price of $49.99.
Here are the different application on offer:
- HoudahGeo (normally $30.00)
- MacJournal (normally $39.95)
- CrossOver Games (normally $42.00)
- Picturesque (normally $29.95)
- Morph Age (normally $59.95)
- Searchlight (normally $39.00)
- Vinoteka (normally $43.49)
- Stone iMaginator (normally $49.99)
- Opacity Express (normally $39.99)
- Stor (normally $25.00)
You can even receive an extra 5% off the bundle if you use the code “TMSAPPSTORM” when purchasing. Let us know what you think of the bundle, the price, and the applications on offer in the comments!
I’m always thrilled to see Mac software being used for a charitable goal. A recent email from Jim Whimpey drew my attention to his Mac software raffle, with all proceeds going towards the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. JDRF is one of the biggest organizations around committed to fighting type 1 diabetes.
Every $10 you donate to Jim’s Ride to Cure Diabetes between September 1st and 14th will get you a chance to win one of two great Mac software bundles.
If you’d like to be in with a chance of winning, and do something for a great cause, head over and donate your $10!
With all the hype centered yearly around MacHeist, it’s common for other bundles to be easily overlooked. One great deal announced yesterday is The Mac Sale, offering ten highly acclaimed applications for $49.99.
The software included in the bundle is:
- Flux – An all-in-one web design app which handles CSS, WYSIWYG, coding, debugging, publishing, and even basic image editing (see our review)
- Scribbles – Whether you want to sketch a cartoon, draw a birthday card or jot down some design ideas, Scribbles can help bring your imagination to life.
- Interarchy – An advanced file-transfer system for OS X, including a brand new protocol built upon SSH.
- Iris – A powerful, intuitive, and easy-to-use solution for all your photo editing needs.
- WriteRoom – An application which takes a completely different approach to writing, stripping away all the distractions you commonly find yourself faced with when using a Mac (see our review)
- REALBasic – A software development tool for creating high-quality applications.
- Houdah Spot – The bestselling file search tool for the Mac, unleashing the full power of Spotlight.
- Stuf – The professional clipboard manager built for the modern Mac.
- TaskPaper – A task manager that recognizes and automatically formats projects, tasks, notes, and tags.
- MarinerCalc – A powerful spreadsheet that can “turn data into information” with powerful tools to analyze, communicate, and share.
The sale has started already and will continue to run until the 18th August. An asking price of $49.99 is a real bargain for the applications on offer, and I’d certainly recommend taking a closer look to decide whether the bundle is worth snapping up.
Disclaimer: Although The Mac Sale are one of our advertisers, this is not a sponsored post. We just think it’s a great deal!
One of the big events in the Mac community, beyond WWDC and MacWorld, is when an exciting bundle of software is released by a website like MacHeist or MacUpdate Promo. This week, MacUpdate Promo announced a brand new bundle that is currently on sale until Friday, June 12th.
What sets this bundle apart from previous software sales is the inclusion of commercial grade software. Bundles of years past have generally included independent Mac developers who are able to promote their software and gain an instantly larger customer base at the cost of discounting their products. Here we will take a look at what’s included and decide whether it’s really worth the $49.99 pricetag.
Recently, MacHeist announced the applications to be included in their MacHeist 3 bundle. MacHeist is a Mac software reseller with a twist. They offer games and puzzles called “heists”, where you can win free software and gather discounts off their bundle.
Not only do they offer Mac apps at a significant discount, they donate 25% of the proceeds to charity. Additional apps are ‘unlocked’ within the bundle as more are sold, with arguably the best applications only being unlocked at the last minute.
This year, a wide variety of software is included – there’s something for everyone, and you can bag a fantastic deal. The whole suite of apps costs $39, and this post will take you through the basic features each piece of software on offer.