Black Friday: 'Applaudables' Bundle Offers 12 Mac Apps for $75

Unclutter today kicked off a new Black Friday Mac app bundle, which includes twelve Mac apps for $75 (worth a total value of $350). You can also pick only the apps you want and pay half the regular price for each individual app.

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Apps in the bunlde include Aeon Timeline 3, BetterZip 5, DaisyDisk, Unclutter, Path Finder 10, Permute 3, Squash 3, Unite 4, Default Folder X, TextSoap 9, TextSniper, and uBar 4. You won't need any special promo code as the $75 bundle price has been applied automatically.

Below you can find all of the apps in this bundle, as well as their individual pricing. Most come with lifetime licenses, and they're all 50 percent off.

  • Aeon Timeline 3 - $32.50, down from $65.00 (Lifetime license)
  • BetterZip 5 - $12.50, down from $25.00 (Full license)
  • DaisyDisk - $5.00, down from $10.00 (Lifetime license)
  • Unclutter - $10.00, down from $20.00 (Lifetime license)
  • Path Finder 10 - $18.00, down from $36.00 (Lifetime license)
  • Permute 3 - $7.50, down from $15.00 (Lifetime license)
  • Squash 3 - $14.50, down from $29.00 (Lifetime license)
  • Unite 4 - $12.50, down from $25.00 (Lifetime license)
  • Default Folder X - $17.50, down from $35.00 (Full license)
  • TextSoap 9 - $25.00, down from $50.00 (Lifetime license)
  • TextSniper - $5.00, down from $10.00 (Lifetime license)
  • uBar 4 - $15.00, down from $30.00 (Lifetime license)

We're keeping track of all this season's best deals in our Black Friday 2021 Roundup. You can also find more of our daily deals and other offers in our Deals Roundup.

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Top Rated Comments

osx'r Avatar
20 months ago
I’d like to know which of them are actually useful/worth buying?
Score: 24 Votes (Like | Disagree)
zakarhino Avatar
20 months ago

I’d like to know which of them are actually useful/worth buying?
I can only speak for DaisyDisk, it's a great app for finding large unnecessary files you want to delete -- wayyy better than Apple's built in storage optimizer app.
Score: 17 Votes (Like | Disagree)
NightFox Avatar
20 months ago
I love DaisyDisk - there's a free demo mode so I'd recommend trying it out. Brilliant for finding out what's taking up the space on your SSDs.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jlc1978 Avatar
20 months ago
I use and find very useful:
Daisy Disk - seeing what is taking up large amounts of disk space
PathFinder - Very useful Finder replacement, with dual pane Windows, for drag and drop, etc.
UBar - much better than the stock dock
TextSoap - easy way to scrub files of extraneous characters, etc.
Default Folder X - what Apple should have built into Mac OSX for file management; it makes file save / open and looking for recent files / folders or favorites so much easier.

Those are my go tos; they make using OS X so much better.

BetterZip is a nice Zip Utility, and Aeon Timeline useful for building, well timelines, for jokes, sets, etc.

I also have UnClutter but never could get used to using it. Not a knock on it, just it didn't fit with my use pattern.

A solid bundle of great apps, IMHO.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
nebulosan Avatar
20 months ago
+1 for DaisyDisk

Solid app, does what is says
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Apple_Robert Avatar
20 months ago

I’d like to know which of them are actually useful/worth buying?
Textsniper is an excellent app and works exactly as promised. Perrmute is another excellent app as is DaisyDisk. I haven't used any of the others.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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