Get 11 Great Mac Apps for $49.99 with the MacUpdate June 2012 Bundle

Jun 6, 2012 - 6 Comments

MacUpdate June 2012 Bundle for Mac Apps

The MacUpdate June 2012 Bundle is an absolute whopper of a deal with 11 killer Mac apps that would otherwise retail for $457 for just $49.99. Some particular highlights in the bundle are Parallels 7, ScreenFlow 3, Civilization 5, Jaksta, and My Living Desktop, but you’ll find every app in the bundle to be quite useful, making this one heck of an app bundle deal. Mac apps included are:

  • Parallels Desktop 7 – Run Windows, Windows applications, Linux, and more directly in Mac OS X. Virtual Machines made easy.
  • BusyCal – Ultimate calendar and to-do list manager for the Mac
  • ScreenFlow 3 – Powerful yet easy to use screencasting software for Mac OS X
  • Civilization V – Incredibly fun turn-based strategy game that takes you from the dawn of time and through the ages
  • Jaksta – Capture audio and video from the web with ease
  • Espionage 3 – Protect files and folders right from the OS X menu bar
  • Speed Download 5 – Lightning fast download manager, lets you pause and resume nearly any download
  • Attachment Tamer 3 – Take complete control over Mail attachments
  • KeyCue 6 – Handy utility for learning and memorizing keyboard shortcuts
  • A Better Finder Rename – Bulk rename files with drag & drop simplicity
  • My Living Desktop 5 – Transform your desktop wallpaper into a moving, living environment

Grab the MacUpdate bundle now or check out the promo video below.


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Posted by: Paul Horowitz in Mac, Mac OS, News


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  1. nohandle says:

    CheatSheet is free and doing the same job as KeyCue 6

  2. Jim says:

    Sadly, comments about Parallel’s update cycle and costly upgrades are true. Not good, especially as the last upgrade of OSX/Parallel’s has my Mac running slower. As I already own Parallel’s and two of the other items this is not a good deal for me, and the individual items are very overpriced. For someone who doesn’t own any of these items, and has a spare Windows CD/Key, it would be a good buy.

  3. Alex says:

    With Mountain Lion coming out this summer you know Parallels will be updated too, so get ready to shell out an upgrade fee for the new version. Upgrade fee right now is $49, no great bargain for sure.

  4. frin says:

    Too bad Parallels is almost one year old and I am sure they’ll release new version right after the MacUpdate promo, like they did last year.

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