Parallels this week debuted a new promo bundle for both new and current users, offering a chance to buy or upgrade to Parallels Desktop 14, and then get ten other Mac apps for free. New owners can purchase Parallels Desktop 14 for $79.99, and existing users can upgrade to the new software for $49.99 (both prices represent Home & Student use).
With these purchases you'll gain access to the following ten Mac apps for free (note that some of the apps are one-year subscriptions and not lifetime licenses):
- 1Password Families ($60 value) - Securely store you and your family's most needed passwords.
- Pocket Premium ($45 value) - Save articles to read later with a permanent archive, unlimited storage, and no ads.
- Painter Essentials 6 ($50 value) - Create blank canvas and photo art creations using realistic art tools.
- Acronis True Image 2019 Cyber Protection Premium ($100 value) - Securely backup your personal information with 1TB of cloud storage.
- PDF Expert 2.4 ($80 value) - Modify text, change images, create hyperlinks in PDF documents, and more.
- WinZip Mac 6.5 Pro ($50 value) - Zip and unzip large files instantly with simple drag-and-drop controls.
- Parallels Toolbox ($20 value) - A toolbox of useful features like password protecting files, file copying to iPhone, screen recordings, and more.
- Parallels Access ($20 value) - Access all of your Mac's apps and files from your iPhone.
- TrackOFF ($60 value) - Protect your data from invasive online tracking.
- Cylance Smart Antivirus ($69 value) - Detects and prevents malware attacks on your Mac.
Parallels Desktop 14 itself is software that allows users to switch between Mac and Windows without needing to restart their computer. This allows for easy sharing of files and folders between Mac and Windows applications, seamless access to Windows apps on Mac, and more.
The Parallels promo bundle will be live for the next week, expiring on the evening of Thursday, February 28. If you're interested, head to the Parallels website to check out more information about each app in the bundle, and place your order before the end of the month.
For more information on this week's sales, head to our full Deals Roundup.
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Top Rated Comments
Of course it is. They aren't running a charity. It's a quality piece of software that a lot of people need to get their work done (myself included). They can't keep the doors open if they are giving the software away.
I wonder if this is still the case. If not, I might consider going back.
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