StackSocial has launched its second 'Name Your Own Price' Mac bundle, offering 10 Mac apps to any purchasers who pay more than the average purchase price (currently $7.99). Anyone paying less than the average price receives just three apps.
Additionally, ten percent of the purchase price goes to one of three charities: Child's Play, the World Wildlife Fund, or Creative Commons.
The three apps that every buyer gets are:
Elmedia Player Pro - $20 - Flash Video Utility
HoudahSpot - $29 - Spotlight Addon
PhotoBulk - $10 - Watermark and Photo Utility
Buyers that pay more than the average price also receive:
DiskTools Pro - $80 - Hard Drive Utility
CrossOver 12 - $60 - Run Windows Software
Snapz Pro X - $69 - Screenshot and Video Utility
Paperless - $50 - Document Manager
Mac Blu-ray Player - $60 - Blu-Ray Player Software
Gemini - $10 - Duplicate File Locator
Musictube - $11 - YouTube Music Player
The deal ends in just over 7 days and it's likely the price will rise slowly because buyers need to pay at least the average price in order to get the full selection of apps.
MacRumors is an affiliate partner of StackSocial.
Top Rated Comments
You just have to supply a blue ray drive since no Mac comes with one built in.
Sorry I now know what you meant originally. I didn't know of the macbook air until I saw that you had to be the highest payer to be entered, I agree with you there that they are buying high money purchases and only giving 10% to charity. Sounds like a very profitable way of doing business to draw people in with good intentions that suit you better than what your main marketing point is.
remember only 10% goes to charity so if you don't really care for the apps you may as well go to whatever charity website you want and donate the full amount to them. Disktools pro is a good buy though :) Maybe spend $8 and then donate whatever else you want to the charity through their website instead.