MacUpdate's Mac App Bundle: Stream iTunes, Edit Video, Photos, More [Extended]
A few times a year, MacRumors partners with MacUpdate to promote their Mac application bundle deal. Their latest bundle delivers up to 10 Mac applications for $49.99 (a $621.65 value if all purchased separately) including:
- HookUp ($20.00) - access, stream and download iTunes libraries in remote networks.
- Alarm Clock Pro ($19.95) - programmable "alarm clock" that can trigger SMS, email, audio, video, and more
- Periscope ($39.95) - use your iSight to monitor a room for motion, send images remotely
- Devon Agent ($49.95) - improve search results
- Mellel ($49.00)- word processor aimed at writers, scholars, technical writing and multilingual word processing.
- Norrkross Movie ($59.00) - edit video in multiple layered tracks, use a green screen
- Bookends ($99.00) - bibliography/reference and information management system
- MacJournal ($34.95) - create a personal journal to record your thoughts and ideas
- Contactizer Pro ($119.90) - contact management system
- LightZone ($129.95) - photo editing software with "smart" visual edits, batch functionality
This bundle sale is almost over and expires on
Wednesday night (September 10th) Friday night (September 12th). All applications have been "unlocked" so all purchasers of the bundle will receive all 10 applications for the $49.99 price.
MacRumors is a promotional partner with MacUpdate. Bundle sales through these links benefit MacRumors financially, and provide a way for readers to directly support this site.
Update: Due to technical difficulties, the sale has been extended 48 hours.
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