This week, StackSocial is highlighting a notable new bundle of mac apps called the Epic Mac Bundle, including Fantastical 2, Flux 7, iStat Menu, PDF Expert, and more. Valued at $478.71, the bundle has been discounted to $29.99 for a limited time, but an additional promo code is knocking the price down to just $22.50 for the next two days.

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To save on the Epic Mac Bundle, head to StackSocial, add the $29.99 bundle to your cart, and then head to the checkout screen. Once there, on the right side of the page enter the code LAST25 in the promo code box on the right side of the screen and click Apply. This will result in the bundle's $22.50 discount price, which is lasting for two more days and will end this weekend.

The Epic Mac Bundle

  • Fantastical 2 ($49.99 value): Manage your contacts, events, reminders, and more with Flexibits' popular app.

  • PDF Expert ($79.99 value): Quickly and easily edit PDF text, images, links, and outlines.

  • Flux 7 ($99.00 value): An HTML and CSS designing tool that enables you to create fully functioning websites.

  • Pagico 8 ($50.00 value): Stay organized and on task with an interactive flow chart that helps manage your projects and contacts.

  • Command-Tab Plus ($34.99 value): A keyboard-centric application switcher designed to let you switch between apps in a faster way than the typical Command + Tab.

  • iStat Menu ($14.99 value): Track useful Mac stats like real-time CPU, GPU, RAM, drive and network usage, Wi-Fi stats, and more.

  • iLocker Pro ($79.80 value): Password protect your apps and unlock them with Touch ID.

  • Ultdata Recovery ($69.95 value): Retrieve lost files from Macs, removable storage devices, partitions and volumes, and iOS devices

Visit our full Deals Roundup for more information on other sales happening this week.

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Top Rated Comments

bladerunner2000 Avatar
67 months ago
PDF Expert alone is worth that price. Fantastical + iStat Menus is a cherry on top.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
IngerMan Avatar
67 months ago
Trust me on this one. If you can't see why you'd care about Fantastical, install it. It's not so much that it's a better calendar than iCal. It just makes iCal more convenient. In a nutshell, it widgetizes iCal as a menu icon app so it's always in front of you, yet out of the way.
Your right, it is a friendly informative calendar app vs iCal. Glad you talked me into trying it.

Thank you smirking.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
PJL500 Avatar
67 months ago
Yeah, 'snagged this deal. Mainly because 'have been using Fantastical-1 for about 8 years on Mac and then iOS but refused to pay $50- to upgrade to Fantastical-2 for Mac. Now seems like a good time - PDF Expert and a couple of the other apps in the bundle may come in handy.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
smirking Avatar
67 months ago
$22.50 for Fantastical is convincing enough for me. I already own some of the other titles and am not interested in the others. I'm curious about Flux. I'm always looking for a better HTML editor. All the ones I've sampled have serious flaws.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
ihackalot Avatar
67 months ago
I don't mind paying as small amount for the app
Dude doesn't mind paying a small amount for the app. Full price US$14.63
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
tivrick Avatar
67 months ago
Would you mind explaining why Fantastical is worth anything when iCal is free? iCal syncs with the iPhone iPad calendar as well. Can you set Fantastical as the default iOS calendar? What could a third party calendar possibly due that would make it worth paying for?
If you use exchange for anything get fantastical2 - it works flawlessly with it. I have all my exchange work calendar entries colour coded and mixed in with my personal iCloud and family iCloud entries. I use outlook but still use fantastical to manage my exchange calendar. It’s just a pleasure to use. I guess it’s preference.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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