MacUpdate Software Bundle Sale [Update]
Readers may remember the MacHeist scavenger hunt bundle last year which offered a final 10 application bundle (value $307.74) for $49.
This morning, MacUpdate has launched a week-long sale offering 10 Mac applications ($433.82 value) for $49.99. These applications include:
GraphicConverter - image editor/converter
Fetch - FTP Client
iWOW - iTunes audio enhancement plug in
GarageSale - eBay auction software
Cocktail - Mac OS X system utility
ProfCast - Record presentations for podcasts
Amadeus Pro - Multitrack Audio editor
Little Snitch * - Prevents applications from "phoning home".
Intaglio * - Drawing and Illustration
TechTool Pro * - Repair utility
* Three of the applications are "locked" unless a certain number of goal sales are met. 2500 sales for Little Snitch, 4000 sales for Intaglio and 9999 sales for TechTool Pro. Once unlocked, they will be available for everyone who purchased a bundle.
The MacHeist crew have partnered with MacUpdate and added value to the bundle by adding in the following applications if you purchase through them (for a limited time):
Browseback - Visual web history
Exces - Password protect files
"Secret Application" - to be announced
Beta spot for Pixelmator - Image editor with Core Image
Beta spot for Flow - brings FTP and editing together
Free ticket to enter the next MacHeist Skunkworks project early
Visit MacHeist to purchase special bundle.
Update: Little Snitch and Intaglio have been unlocked. Also WriteRoom has been added to MacHeist's bundle for free.
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