Get 12 Great Mac Apps for $49 with the MacUpdate Winter Bundle

Dec 8, 2011 - 5 Comments

MacUpdate Bundle - December 2011

MacUpdate is back with another Mac OS X application bundle, this one includes 12 great apps that would retail alone for $741, but sold as a bundle are discounted 94% to just $49.99. The app pack includes:

  • TechTool Pro($99) – Powerful system repair, testing, & maintenance tool
  • IconBox ($24) – Organize and customize icons across your Mac
  • TotalFinder ($18) – Adds tabs, hotkeys, and other tweaks to the Finder
  • Postbox 3 ($29) – Powerful and flexible email client
  • FontPack Pro Master ($300) – 6,200+ royalty free, commercial use fonts plus font management utility
  • Labels & Addresses ($49) – Powerful label & envelope printing tool
  • Mac DVDRipper Pro 3 ($19) – Copy DVD video to your Mac
  • Back in Focus ($99) – Refocus blurry images
  • NeverWinter Nights 2 ($19) – Role-playing game with infinite possibilities
  • Hear ($19) – Improves audio quality and adds audio options system-wide
  • iClip 5 ($19) – Get past the limitations of a single clipboard
  • FoldersSynchronizer ($40) – Synchronize or backup files, folders and disks

Get the MacUpdate Winter Bundle now for $49.99

All apps come as downloads, and MacUpdate stores the serial and registration details online so they’re easy to recover should you need them again later.

(If you’re wondering why the graphic says 11 apps rather than 12, that’s because IconBox is included only for the first 15,000 buyers, but that shouldn’t be an issue if you get the pack in the near future.)


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Posted by: Paul Horowitz in Mac OS, News


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  1. mike says:

    Downloaded the package, installed Total Finder, entered the serial number but whats my license name? Total Finder wont accept my serial without the name…

    • Matt says:

      The registration information is provided by MacUpdate, it may be just asking for your name

      • mike says:

        Thanks Matt, but I still cant register. I entered my name, Invoice number etc. but no luck. The registration number is from the email I got from MacUpdate.. Anyone haveing the same problem? Any help is appreciated.

  2. Gulliver says:

    TechTool Pro is a great utility

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