MacUpdate Offers 10 Apps for $49.99, Including Toast 14, Sparkle, ExpanDrive 5, and More

MacUpdate today launched its latest software bundle, offering ten Mac apps that have a total value of $550 for a $49.99 purchase price. Several popular Mac apps are included, with normal prices ranging from $15 to $149.

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A full list of the titles included in the bundle, their value, and a software description is below:

- Toast 14 ($99.99) - There is no easier or faster way to save, share, and enjoy your digital media on disc. Capture, convert, copy, burn and share with Toast, the complete digital media toolkit for your Mac.

- ExpanDrive ($49.95) - ExpanDrive builds cloud storage in every application, acts just like a USB drive plugged into your Mac. With ExpanDrive, you can securely access any remote file server directly from the Finder or even the terminal.

- DEVONthink Personal ($49.95) - DEVONthink Personal keeps your documents, notes, bookmarks. Its unique tools and artificial intelligence let you manage your files effortlessly and focus on things that really matter.

- iMazing ($34.99) - Ultimate iPhone to Computer Transfer. iMazing supports iPhone 6 and every iPhone, iPad & iPod and gives you total control and absolute simplicity in use.

- Boom 2 ($14.99) - A system-wide volume booster and equalizer app, Boom 2 comes with a smart interface, self-calibration, hands-on advanced equalizer controls for finer audio control and amazing audio effects for enhanced audio output.

- Paragon 3 in 1 Bundle ($39.95) - Just install the driver, attach a disk or other media and use it as you wish, either under Windows OS or Mac OS X. Bundle includes NTFS for Mac 12, HFS+ for Windows 10 and Camptune X.

- Sparkle ($79.99) - The web design tool for creating modern sites with unparalleled creative control. Skip the tedium and design a gorgeous site that works right out of the box.

- NetSpot Pro ($149.00) - NetSpot Pro is a simple and accessible wireless survey tool for Mac users, which allows collecting, visualizing and analyzing Wi-Fi data using any MacBook.

- MacOptimizer 3 ($29.00) - An incredibly fast and efficient disk utility to quickly help you clean, repair and organize your Mac. MacOptimizer gets your Mac back in shape with quick, essential tools.

- TG Pro ($15.00) - Find out which components of your Mac are potentially overheating, turn up the fan speeds to cool down your Mac, get notifications for temperature alerts and more.

The first 5,000 people who purchase the MacUpdate bundle will also receive a copy of Seasonality Core, valued at $24.99. Seasonality Core is a weather monitoring app that includes weather forecasts, astronomical information, satellite images, and a weather journal.

The MacUpdate software bundle will be available for purchase for the next two weeks. MacRumors is an affiliate partner with MacUpdate, so bundles purchased through the links in this article will benefit MacRumors financially and provide a way for readers to support the site.



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52 months ago

To who?


People who have no use whatsoever for these 3 apps.

Who do you think?
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52 months ago
I still remember Toast with Jam.... Loved the naming. Was useful when I burned a lot of CDs, but not so much anymore.
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52 months ago

iMazing + ExpanDrive + Paragon Bundle make this worth the price.


To who?
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51 months ago

Boom is dumb. OS X already comes with a system wide EQ. It's ugly as sin (hasn't been updated since OS X 10.3 or so) but it's buried somewhere in the OS. I forget where. I also forget its name. But it's there. Somewhere.


Um.. I don't use boom to handle my EQ, I use it to RAISE my system sound. I watch a lot of streaming content, and often the sound levels will vary greatly. I use Boom to raise low levels to acceptable. Yeah it has EQ settings, but I just keep it on MOVIE and only use Boom when watching content that I can't hear with my MBP volume all the way up.
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52 months ago

TG Pro ($15.00) - Find out which components of your Mac are potentially overheating, turn up the fan speeds to cool down your Mac, get notifications for temperature alerts and more.

I won't comment on the quality/features of this particular app (I've never used it), but if someone just needs a simple tool for controlling fan speed/monitoring temperature of components, smcFanControl ('http://www.eidac.de/?p=260') is free and has been really good about keeping up with OS X releases and compatibility with newer hardware. I highly recommend it.
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52 months ago

I am intrigued by Sparkle. It looks really nice for making static websites.

But what about dynamic websites? Can I build a forum in it? A Q&A website like StackOverflow? An entire application?

Will it at least help with those things?

Take a look at this MW review from a few months ago. One of my friends and I tried it out, found it a bit lacking in features. The dev has a trial version FWIW.
http://www.macworld.com/article/2940373/sparkle-1-2-3-review-mac-friendly-web-design-app-needs-a-bit-more-luster.html
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52 months ago

Toast is an interesting leader considering most Macs don't come with an optical drive. Boom 1 abandoned its customers. Great software, but terrible service.

If you need file management more robust than the Finder, you can't do much better than Devon Think. If you are a student, buy it directly from them and save a few bucks. If anything else on this list peeks your interest you should grab the bundle. Unsure of DevonThink? Check their website for a 100 hour trial.


I still use toast fairly often, (External BluRay, DVD burnders) and just as often for disk images. I know I could use disk utility for disk images, but I have toast so I use Toast, I like customizing the disk images (how they open, backgrounds, etc.) and not sure if you can do that in Disk Utility.
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