MacUpdate Spring Bundle 2013: 10 Great Apps for $50

Mar 6, 2013 - 3 Comments

MacUpdate Spring 2013 Bundle

Ready for a great deal on a collection of new Mac apps? The MacUpdate Spring 2013 Bundle lets you grab 10 excellent Mac apps valued at $618 for just $49.99. These aren’t nonsensical no-name apps that you’ll never use though, the list of high quality software includes:

  • Parallels Desktop 8 – ($79.99) – Run Windows & Linux on the Mac in virtual machines
  • DEVONthink Pro – ($79.95) – Knowledge base and & information manager
  • Prizmo – ($49.95) – Scan any file to create editable documents, OCR scanner can use iSight or iPhone camera
  • MacUpdate Desktop – ($10) – Easily keep Mac software updated
  • MotionComposer – ($149) – Design animated and interactive web content in HTML5 or Flash, without coding
  • 1000 OpenType fonts Collection – ($99) – Royalty free OpenType fonts for personal and commercial use
  • iStat Menus – ($16) – Monitor Mac system information from the menubar, including CPU, RAM, disk I/O, network, temperature, and more
  • PhotoStyler 6 – ($29.99) – Stylize photos with filters, presets, templates, and more
  • DiskAid 6 – ($29) – File transfer tool for iOS, syncs over USB or wi-fi
  • Mac Internet Security 2013 – ($74.98) – Anti-malware and anti-virus utility for OS X, includes VirusBarrier and NetBarrier

MacUpdate bundle price – $49.99

A free demo of the bundled apps is also available. A few of these apps even include multi-use licenses, making the deal even better. The Mac Internet Security pack will cover up to three Macs, and the 1000 fonts collection supports up to five computers (yes, even Windows machines).

We’re admittedly on the geekier side of things so our staff favorites from the bundle are Parallels for virtualizing other operating systems, iStats for keeping track of various performance indicators, Prizmo for the awesome OCR scanner, and DiskAid for the ability to easily transfer things to and from iOS devices, but all of the apps will be great additions to your Mac.

If you’re unfamiliar with some of the apps and want a more detailed overview, check out the MacUpdate promo video below:


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Posted by: OSXDaily in Mac OS


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  1. Josh says:

    And it’s in USD??

  2. Kingsford says:

    I dont understand how they can do this… What’s the catch?

    • Paul says:

      There is no catch. MacUpdate works out agreements with the developers of these applications for promotional reasons, and they do a revenue share. It’s great publicity for the developers, it’s a great way to support websites that promote the offers, and it’s great for the user because you get a great deal on the software. Kind of a win-win all around.

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