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10 Mac Apps in Summer 'Name Your Own Price' Bundle and MacBook Air in Giveaway

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StackSocial has just launched a new "Summer Blockbuster Mac Bundle" that offers up to 10 apps with 10% of all profits going to one of three charities. Buyers can "name their own price" for the bundle and every purchase includes the following three apps:

- DiscLabel ($40)
- SyncMate Expert 5 ($40)
- Tangerine! ($25)

If a buyer pays more than the current average price displayed on StackSocial's sales page for the bundle, the buyer will receive all 10 apps offered which includes the three apps listed above plus the following seven apps:

- Path Finder 6 ($40)
- Fantastical ($20)
- Flux 4 ($125)
- Gemini ($10)
- Logoist ($20)
- Tunes Cleaner ($40)
- MacX iPhone DVD Ripper ($40)

The total retail value of the bundle is $400. As with its last "Name Your Own Price" bundle in April, StackSocial is encouraging higher purchase prices by giving away an 11-inch MacBook Air in a random drawing with entries earned by taking a position on the price leaderboard while the bundle is available for purchase.

The bundle will be on sale until July 6.

MacRumors is an affiliate partner of StackSocial.

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9 weeks ago
Of the apps featured, the one I really love is Pathfinder. To me, a mac is more or less unusable until it has pathfinder installed.
Rating: 3 Votes
9 weeks ago

My PathFinder activation code didn't work. Mailed support - hope they sort it out soon. :(


I've bought from StackSocial in the past and never had a problem. If your code doesn't work then I'm sure they will sort it out quickly for you.
Rating: 1 Votes
9 weeks ago
Some pretty neat apps in this bundle!
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9 weeks ago

The one app that seems worth having in there is Fantastical, and I already have it.

It's interesting how much crap in the bundle is built around the idea that you still care about your iTunes library. I'm curious how many people still do - I used to, then I was introduced to Spotify. I plain stopped buying music recordings when Spotify became free for mobile. The only time I buy music now is for tickets to see live performances.


I am not familiar with any of these apps. But I still buy music. I still want to carry my music with me and be able to play it even when I do not have service, like on a plane. Or, as an ex DJ, when I want to play specific songs and mix them together in a specific way and do not want network issues or commercials to get in the way. If you never fly and always have perfect network access, I guess you really never need iTunes. That ain't me, and frankly even if it was, I still like to own versus rent. I own my home, don't rent. I own my car, don't lease.
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