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MacLegion Bundle: 10 Mac Apps for $49.99, Including Djay, Fantastical, and Capo

A few times a year, MacRumors partners with one of the Mac App Bundle organizers to promote their bundle deal. The latest bundle comes from MacLegion and delivers 10 Mac applications for $49.99 (a $548.80 value if all purchased separately).


- TechTool Pro ($99.99) - Hardware diagnostics, maintenance and hard drive repair
- Freeway Pro ($229.00) - Web design software
- djay ($19.99) - DJ app for Mac allowing you to mix your iTunes library
- Capo ($49.99) - Learn to play the music in your iTunes library (Apple Design Award Winner)
- Fantastical ($19.99) - Calendar application with natural language processing
- RipIt ($24.95) - Rip DVD movies
- iRip ($19.95) - Transfer songs from your iPod or iPhone to your Mac
- Beamer ($15.00) - AirPlay any movie format (AVI, MKV, MKV, MOV, etc...) to your Apple TV
- Copy Paste Pro ($30.00) - Clipboard enhancement
- Code Collector Pro ($19.99) - Organize and share code snippets

All apps together are being sold for $49.99 until December 9th. MacRumors is a promotional partner with MacLegion. Bundle sales through these links benefit MacRumors financially, and provide a way for readers to directly support this site.

The first 5000 customers also get Alarm Clock Pro ($19.95 value) for free.

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25 months ago
10 useless apps, that are, still, overpriced.
Rating: 29 Votes
25 months ago
Sorry guys, I want exactly 0 of those applications.
Rating: 18 Votes
25 months ago

Useless comment, if you don't like it don't buy.

CopyPaste for instance is an oldie and comes in handy many times.


It's an open forum, and I can comment on whatever I like.
Rating: 14 Votes
25 months ago

10 useless apps, that are, still, overpriced.


Useless comment, if you don't like it don't buy.

CopyPaste for instance is an oldie and comes in handy many times.
Rating: 8 Votes
25 months ago
Freeway Pro ($229.00)

Who pays that kind of money for something like that?

Maybe that is why its in a bundled deal, because no one is buying it
Rating: 7 Votes
25 months ago

You bought a Mac and an iPhone, didn't you? Seems strange to be so price sensitive now.


He is price sensitive because he spent a lot of money on Mac and an iPhone.
Because it was tough for his purse, he cannot afford spending more.
Rating: 7 Votes
25 months ago

Who pays that kind of money for something like that?


You bought a Mac and an iPhone, didn't you? Seems strange to be so price sensitive now.
Rating: 7 Votes
25 months ago
Fantastical ($19.99) - Calendar application with natural language processing

:D I have owned Fantastical for a while, and I must admit it's once of the most useful calendar tools I have ever used.

How about typing this: Meeting with John Tomorrow 8pm to 9pm at AppleBees:
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However, 40$?


- iRip ($19.95) - Transfer songs from your iPod or iPhone to your Mac
Might worth a look..

But Really? 40$?

And Freeway Pro? Quite a joke.
Rating: 5 Votes
25 months ago
Howdy y'all, I'm Nate, the founder and co-owner of MacLegion. Thanks for taking the time to post, good or bad. Anyway, I'm the one in charge of putting together these bundles and handling support... The perfect candidate for a post here. So, if you have suggestions on what app(s) you'd like to see in an upcoming bundle or just feel like telling me what a crappy job I've been doing please email me directly via nate (-at-) maclegion (-dot-) com. Obviously not all the apps in a bundle are going to be appealing to all Mac users. For example, I literally use Fantastical every day yet its useless to some of you. Perceived value is a big deal 'cause I'm not putting this bundle together for myself, I'm putting it together for the Mac community as a whole. Bottom line, I genuinely want to know what you're thinking, good, bad or ugly. Seriously, if you tell me apps you'd like to see in an upcoming bundle your voice is heard, simple as that. Doesn't mean the developers will play ball but I'll do my best to get you what you want. For those of you with questions or problems with the bundle please email me via help (-at-) maclegion (-dot-) com. Alright this post is long enough, I'll shut up and let you get back to it.
Rating: 5 Votes
25 months ago
I already own RipIt - but it's a fantastic app!

RipIt + HandBrake + all the DVDs I own + 2TB disk = my video library, available at the touch of a remote.
Rating: 5 Votes

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