MacHeist Apple Design Award Bundle Offers 9 Mac Apps for $20

MacHeist's Apple Design Award Bundle is currently available for purchase, combining nine different apps that have won Apple Design Awards in the past. The apps have a retail value of $1,776, but can be purchased for $19.99. While seven of the apps are immediately available, the final two will be unlocked when specific sales targets are reached.

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The Apple Design Award Bundle includes:

- BoinxTV ($499 value)
- MacJournal ($40 value)
- Toon Boom Studio ($249 value)
- AccountEdge Pro ($399 value)
- iSale ($25 value)
- Picturesque ($15 value)
- Starry Night Pro ($150 value)
- Xojo Desktop ($300 value)

Xojo Desktop is locked until 10,000 bundles have been sold and the ninth app, which has yet to be announced, will be unlocked at an unspecified sales target. The app shadow is a video camera, hinting at a video recording or editing app.

The bundle can be purchased from the MacHeist website for $19.99, with 10 percent of sales going directly to charity.

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7 months ago
"Nine different apps"? Whew, that's a lot better deal than nine apps all the same.
Rating: 10 Votes
7 months ago

Xojo for 19.99?



Rating: 6 Votes
7 months ago
Is that "charity" called MacRumors by any chance?
Rating: 4 Votes
7 months ago
20 bucks for 8-9 apps that I will never use...that's worth thousands of dollars...nah I will pass
Rating: 4 Votes
7 months ago
Hidden app looks like Screenflow, which won design awards back on Leopard.
Rating: 3 Votes
7 months ago
I'm getting this just for xojo desktop. I hope 10,000 people do this!
Rating: 3 Votes
7 months ago
Wow, AccountEdge Pro for $19.99 is just awesome. I was considering getting their AccountEdge Basic for $99, but to get the Pro ($399) version, along with the other software titles, all for twenty bucks is a great deal.

As far as accounting systems on the Mac, you either battle the awful Quickbooks Mac, use the good Quickbooks PC version through a windows emulator/bootcamp setup, or to remain solely on Mac you use AccountEdge.

The best thing about AccountEdge over Quickbooks is that you don't need a degree in accounting to make full use of it; just about any small business owner will benefit from its simplicity.

Also, I have always wanted an excuse to get Starry Night Pro.

Actually, is this offer real? I am thinking about the proverb "things too good to be true usually are", and I am wondering if that applies here. I don't have any past experience with MacHeist, are these people legitimate?

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Starry Night Pro for $20? Heck yes!


That was also my thought. I do not recall Starry Night Pro ever being offered at this low a price before, so I am excited to get a copy.
Rating: 3 Votes
7 months ago
Starry Night Pro for $20? Heck yes!
Rating: 3 Votes
7 months ago

If the current rate of sales holds through the day, the 10,000 threshold should be hit around midnight EDT.


Not to brag but it hit 10k about 11:54 EDT.
Rating: 2 Votes
7 months ago

here you go: http://osxdaily.com/2010/11/16/screen-recorder-mac/
Quicktime, answering your needs


Screenflow goes beyond basic screen recording and brings a nice and simple interface to creating quick and good looking videos with screen recording. I prefer the simplicity and power which comes with screenflow.
Rating: 2 Votes

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