Software bundles save Mac users 80 to 90 percent

Everything from troubleshooting applications to virus protection to utilities are being bundled for Mac users, saving them between 80 and 90 percent.

Everything from troubleshooting applications to virus protection to utilities are being bundled for Mac users, saving them between 80 and 90 percent. These deals are the result of three different software bundles featuring some Mac user favorites such as Data Rescue, Contactizer Pro, MacTuneUp, and SuperCal.

The first bundle is brought to you by TheMacBundles and features a variety of troubleshooting, utility, and extension applications for your Mac. You'll get 10 programs for just $39.95, and you've only got 23 days left to cash in on the deal. The full list of applications:

  • A-Dock X
  • Automaton
  • BookMacster
  • Deliver Express
  • Master Key
  • Photo Recovery
  • Print Magic
  • SuperCal
  • SwitchResX
  • WebStart

Next up is MacBundlePro, offering nine applications that retail for $183 for just $19.90. The applications include maintenance programs, document management applications, and disk space management tools. For this deal, you've got just over 14 days to purchase. The full list of applications:

  • Speedy Mac
  • WhatSize
  • AppDelete
  • Raskin
  • Breeze
  • MacTuneUp
  • Protect Files
  • Quokka
  • Share

Finally, the MacLegion Spring Bundle offers quite a few quality applications that range from Data Rescue's hard-disk recovery software to ScreenFlow's screencasting software. The total bundle would retail for $552 but is being sold for only $49.99. For this deal, you've got to act in the next 13 days. The full list of applications:

  • Data Rescue
  • ScreenFlow
  • Contactizer Pro
  • Virus Barrier
  • Forklift
  • LaunchBar
  • Amadeus Pro
  • Radio Gaga
  • Printopia
  • MacPilot

Will you plan on beefing up your software stable with any of these bundles? What would be your perfect bundle? Let me know in the comments!

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    Joe is a seasoned Mac veteran with years of experience on the platform. He reports on Macs, iPods, iPhones and anything else Apple sells. He even has worked in Apple retail stores. He's also a creative professional who knows how to use a Mac to get the job done.

     

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