MacUpdate Bundle: 11 Mac Apps for $49.99

Sep 7, 2011 - 6 Comments

MacUpdate Fall Bundle of Mac Apps

The latest MacUpdate Bundle has been announced, stuffing in 11 great Mac apps at a dramatically reduced price. Purchased individually these would cost $487, but the MacUpdate Bundle brings the combined price down to $49.99. The apps include:

  • Toast 11 Titanium ($99) – Burn CDs, DVDs and Blu-Ray discs, plus convert and export video for iPhone and PSP, etc
  • Printopia ($19) – first 10,000 buyers only – Share printers with iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and enable wireless printing on Mac printers
  • Data Rescue 3 ($99) – Data recovery tool for deleted files and failing hard drives
  • FX Photo Studio Pro 2 ($39.99) – Powerful post-processing photo editor with 159 effects and 15 customizable color correction tools
  • Fantastical ($19.99) – Popular menu-bar based calendar that uses natural language to create events
  • iStat Menus 3 ($16) – Monitor system stats and performance from the menubar: CPU, memory, disk use, bandwidth, temperatures, and so much more
  • PhoneView ($19.95) – Access and read iPhone voicemail, SMS, call history, voice memos, and more, easily from your Mac
  • Concealer ($19.95) – Stores information like passwords, credit cards, and license keys, securely with encryption
  • EarthDesk 5 ($24.95) – Replaces the static desktop picture with a rendered image of Earth with live sun, moon, and cloud coverage
  • Mellel 2 ($29) – Powerful word processor for writers, scholars, technical writing with multilingual support
  • Bookends 11 ($99) – Reference management and bibliography app for students and professionals with Mellel, Word, and Pages support

Considering some of these apps cost $99 alone this is quite a deal. If you counted 12 apps you’re not delirious, but Printopia is available only to the first 10,000 buyers and then drops off the included list, bringing the app count back down to 11.

Watch the video below for a quick walkthrough if you’re unfamiliar with any of the apps by name, or you can read more on the MacUpdate Bundle page:

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Posted by: Paul Horowitz in Mac OS X, News

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  1. GINTER says:

    Is there a way to purchase App Store programs without a Mac? Sounds funny, I know – explanation: I’m in the middle of changing jobs and had to return my Mac. However, I did not purchase a new one, and won’t, until I solidify a position at another firm. In the meantime, I have an App Store account and would love to purchase this bundle.

    • mg says:

      This bundle isn’t offered through Apple’s App Store, it’s from MacUpdate, and often these bundle packages will allow you to redownload the packages later in addition to storing the registration keys.

  2. Apprentice says:

    I purchased the MacUpdate bundle. However, the license code for Fantastical 1.0.3 seems to be incorrect. I wrote an e-mail to MacUpdate.com, but there is no replay for more than 18 hours. Does anyone has the same problem (incorrect license code) as I do?

    • Will says:

      I haven’t heard of this problem but MacUpdate is typically quick to respond. If you don’t hear back from them soon you ought to send another email to their support, all license keys should work immediately.

      • Apprentice says:

        I just received their e-mail a couple minutes ago, and the response is not much helpful. Since English is not my native language, I have given myself a more native English name. I tried a few possible combinations of user names including a MacUpdate account and “the” English name. Then I discovered that the name on my credit card is the user name I shall have entered into the license dialogue. Thank you any way.

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