MacUpdate Bundle: Parallels, TechTool Pro, Civilization 4, 1Password, and more for $49

Mar 16, 2011 - 4 Comments

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The MacUpdate Spring Promo Bundle is out and it’s got some awesome apps at a huge discount. For $49.99 you’ll get the following Mac apps:

  • Parallels Desktop 6 – run Windows and Linux on top of Mac OS X
  • Divvy – customized window and workspace manager
  • 1Password – highly rated Mac password manager
  • MacUpdate Desktop – keeps all your Mac apps up to date
  • DVDRemaster Pro 7 – duplicate, burn, and convert DVD movies to iOS compatible formats
  • Mac DVDRipper Pro – copies DVDs to your Mac for archiving and mobile viewing
  • Hands Off! – monitor and control application access to networks and disks
  • App Tamer – pause idle apps from consuming CPU cycles and reducing battery life
  • TechTool Pro 5 – powerful maintenance and repair utility, includes a bootable DVD image
  • Civilization IV – classic turn-based empire building game, single and multi-player
  • Better Finder Renamer – file, photo, and mp3 batch renaming made easy

The price of all that software bought on it’s own would be $381, but the MacUpdate Bundle includes it all for $49.99. Great stuff, get it while it lasts!

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Posted by: Paul Horowitz in Mac OS X

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  1. Paul says:

    PS: I’d get this for Parallels 6 and Civilization 4 alone

  2. Anthony says:

    Great deal. Most of these apps are not sold on the Mac App Store either.

  3. Bill Carroll says:

    Some of the software in the bundle is out of date, new versions have been released.

    Also, MacUpdate signs you up for an auto-renewing subscription to their site.

    They are being dishonest and scamming customers.

    • Michael says:

      Is is true that u said abt the auto-renewal subscription. This will cost more money then if auto-renewal plus mayb auto deduction from credit card. I worried that the real cost is hidden after download which might be spiralling

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