Deals Spotlight: Get the Mighty Mac Bundle With CleanMyMac X and Nine More Apps for $23.99

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A new bundle of Mac apps has been discounted on StackSocial this week, offering 10 total apps for just $29.99. Additionally, MacRumors readers can use the coupon code MAC6 to get an additional $6 off and bring the cost of the bundle to $23.99 for a limited time.

Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with StackSocial. When you click a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us keep the site running.

StackSocial calls this the Mighty Mac Bundle, and it includes app like CleanMyMac X, WALTER 2, Dropshare, and VPNSecure. Check out every app in the bundle below, and be sure to head to StackSocial and claim the $6 off code before the sale ends on August 11 at 11:59 p.m. PT.

The Mighty Mac Bundle

  • VPNSecure: Lifetime Subscription ($599 value) - Stay safe and secure while you browse the internet with lifetime access that supports either your iPhone or your Mac.
  • CrossOver 18 ($59.95) - Easily launch Windows apps from your Mac dock, like Microsoft Word or Excel, without having to reboot your Mac.
  • CleanMyMac X ($69.90) - Clean and optimize your Mac's performance with thorough scans of trash bins, Mail, iTunes, and more.
  • WALTR 2 ($39.95) - WALTR lets you transfer files wirelessly from your Mac to an iOS device, including music, video, and more.
  • Dropshare ($24.99) - Dropshare is a menu bar app that lets you upload files securely to your own server, which you can then share with friends and family members.
  • ActiveDock ($49.99) - ActiveDock replaces the basic Mac dock with added features like groups and folders, custom icon sets and themes, and more.
  • Folx Pro ($29.90) - Increase download speeds and browse torrents using Folx Pro.
  • Chronicle Pro ($19.99) - Chronicle Pro helps you organize your bills, warning you when upcoming bills are due and tracking your payment history in the process.
  • MacPilot 10 ($29.95) - MacPilot 10 includes over 1,000 features like custom dock spacing, system maintenance and optimization, and more.
  • The Complete Web Developer Bundle ($990) - This 10-course bundle includes lessons on how to create your own Mac and iOS apps, with 635 lectures all in one place.

Check out our full Deals Roundup for more information on new deals happening this week.

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13 months ago
I can highly recommend CrossOver, that's a great application.

CleanMyMac... oh dear, not this again. I guess the MR servers don't pay for themselves. To anybody wanting to get this application, please may I suggest the free alternatives below from reputable companies who don't post fake reviews everywhere.

OmniDiskSweeper to identify what's taking up space on your Mac: https://www.omnigroup.com/more

AppCleaner to uninstall applications and their associated plist files: https://freemacsoft.net/appcleaner/

MalwareBytes for malware detection that actually works: https://www.malwarebytes.com/mac-download/

And if you want a "memory cleaner", turn your Mac off and on again to clear the RAM. Either that or don't obsess about memory usage. Free RAM is wasted RAM and high RAM usage is not a bad thing unless it's paging heavily to disk as a result. I'd much rather MacRumors promoted an article on what maintenance is actually necessary for your Mac and how macOS's memory management works, but hey. That's one less click to StackSocial.
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13 months ago

CleanMyMac X is not worth much. Everything it does you can find for free with Onyx, MalwareBytes, and AppCleaner. You're basically paying for the cute GUI.

I got my parents to try it and it works really well. They somehow ALWAYS manage to slow their Macs down. I had them do the free trial and their Macs were as good as new. After that they got licenses for it and have never called me about their computers (2012 iMac and a 2014'ish MacBook Pro) being slow again. Free alternatives or not, this definitely does work.
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13 months ago
Cleanmymac is pretty useful, but man now its a rental? I would have jumped on this bundle if cleanmymac was not a '1 year license'. I can't imagine why this tool requires annual licensing.
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13 months ago

This...so much this.

CleanmyMac, shakes head, don't get it MR doesn't distance themselves from this crapware.

A mac (OS X/macOS) does not need maintenance, haven't done this in what, almost 2 decades.

Lifetime VPN for this amount, yeah right, next year they're gone.

Folx pro, increase your download speed, again, yeah right...and this torrent app is actually mentioned on MR...WHAT.

There's a few good ones though like crossover.

Not to worry, some of the software they're promoting might be dubious but at least StackSocial are a well rated com–

https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/stacksocial.com
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13 months ago
Isn't Clean My Mac spyware or some other shady sh..?
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13 months ago
Before taking "advantage" of this deal - perhaps best to do a quick MR search of Clean My Mac.

I might be tempted by the lifetime VPN subscription @$599, but then I saw in the graphic that it's actually $499. Does MR get the difference? :-(

MRbot humor ...
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