MacUpdate Spring Bundle: Parallels and 9 Other Mac Apps for $49.99
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Parallels Desktop 5 ($79.99) - Run Windows, Linux on your Intel Mac.
Timeline 3D ($65) - Make timeline charts with full motion
SpellCatcher X ($39.95) - All-in-one writing solution for those who need standardized custom dictionaries
Hydra ($79.95) - Compose high dynamic range photographs with ease
Back-In-Time ($29) - Easy access to all the data backed up by Time Machine
ForeverSave ($14.95) - Automatically saves revisions of your documents so you never lose work
Hyperspaces ($12.95) - Take Mac OS X's Spaces to the next level
Web Snapper ($15) - Capture entire Web pages with a single click
MacDVDRipper Pro ($9.95) - Copy DVDs to your Mac
MacScan ($29.99) - Identify and remove malware, spyware, tracking cookies, and more
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