MacUpdate releases WinterBundle

Tis the season for shopping and gifting, so why not give yourself an early Christmas present, MacUpdate today offers their new $49.99 Dec 2011 Bundle headlined by TechTool Pro, TotalFinder, Postbox 3 and FontPack Pro Master Collection and seven more quality apps for $49.99.  TechTool Pro, which retails for double the entire bundle price, includes a bootable DVD disk for disk repair and diagnostics.

8 of the 11 100% Mac OS X 10.7 compatible apps are available as demos, which can be downloaded in a single dmg from here. (TechTool Pro 6, FontPack Pro Master Collection, and Neverwinter Nights 2 do not have demos)

As a bonus, the all-new IconBox 2.5 goes to the first 15,000 buyers. $49.99 at MacUpdate

Full rundown below:

1. TechTool Pro 6 ($99.99) – A leading Mac utility, with tools for diagnosing virtually all hardware problems and for repairing and optimizing hard drives. A bootable DVD disk image is included in the bundle, and version 6 features improved eDrive functionality, enabling all of the app’s tools to be ran from the boot drive, perfect for Macs without optical drives.

2. TotalFinder ($18.00) – Adds Web browser-like Tabs to the Finder and other must-have enhancements for a more productive Finder experience.

3. Postbox 3 ($29.95) – Arguably the most powerful email client for Mac OS X, offering countless more features than Mac OS X’s built-in Mail.app. Get more from your email and organize your correspondence with Postbox.

4. FontPack Pro Master Collection + FontBoss Font Management Utility ($300.00) – A collection of 6,200 OpenType fonts with a 5 Mac commercial-use license. Includes the all new FontBoss font management utility from Macware.

5. Labels & Addresses ($49.99) – The most complete label printing app for Mac, capable of printing all sorts of address labels, envelopes, inventory labels and price tags. It’s also ideal for businesses, offering full support for various barcode formats, including UPC, ISBN and EAN.

6. Mac DVDRipper Pro 3 ($19.95) – The gold standard for copying DVD movies to your Mac, version 3 is now capable of converting your DVD movies to formats that are friendly for your AppleTV or iOS devices, making it simple for anyone to get movies from DVD onto their iPad or iPhone.

7. Hear ($19.95) – Hear is a unique utility that improves your Mac’s audio, providing you with an equalizer for every app that makes games, movies, music, or TV shows sound better. Whether you’re listening through your MacBook’s speakers, headphones, or a premium sound system, Hear will improve the experience.

8. Back In Focus ($99.95) – A professional-caliber tool that’s easy enough for novices to use, Back In Focus rescues your blurry photos by improving their sharpness with several advanced algorithms.

9. iClip 5 ($18.99) – The premier multi-clipboard & scrapbook tool that enables you to keep a history of almost anything you copy, instead of only the last item. iClip also makes it easy to organize your clips into sets to store various things like web addresses, frequently used logos, code snippets, and more.

10. FoldersSynchronizer ($40.00) – If you own more than one Mac and want to keep files consistent on all of them or you want a powerful tool for scheduling and creating backups, FolderSynchronizer is the best utility for the job.

11. Neverwinter Nights 2 ($19.95) – One of the most acclaimed fantasy role-playing games to emerge in recent years. With an engrossing storyline and multiplayer support, NeverWinter Nights will keep you engaged for many hours of enjoyable gameplay.”We’ve put together another powerful and versatile collection of top-rated apps that any Mac user can benefit from,” said Misha Sakellaropoulo, COO of MacUpdate. “With the broad appeal and overall utility of this bundle, buyers will enhance the workflow and enjoyment of their Mac.”

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MacLegion Fall Bundle Offers 10 Great Mac Apps for $50

During this past spring MacLegion released their first bundle, after having gained immense popularity, they have decided to release a 2011 Fall Bundle which consists of 10 great Mac apps for only $49.99. Valued at over $630, this bundle is a huge deal.

This year’s line of Mac apps has been hand-picked to ensure you get quality titles for your purchase. The bundle is only offered for 7 more days, so now is the time to buy!

“As always, our bundles focus on quality, practical and every-day apps that you’ll enjoy using. This hand-picked line-up ensures that all applications featured within it are the latest versions each developer has to offer. The benefit for you doesn’t stop there – MacLegion bundles entitle you to full after-sales support as well as valid upgrade paths for later software releases, just as if you had bought each application from the developers themselves. We guarantee it – Legion’s honor.”

Included apps:

You get all of those apps for only $49.99. The first 9,000 customers get the popular CleanMyMac app ($29.95 value) added to the offer. Visit the MacLegion site to buy this awesome bundle.

MacUpdate bundle offers 11 apps for $49

MacUpdate is doing it again. That is, they’re offering a bunch of great Mac software in one single bundle that costs just $49.99. So what’s in the bundle? Here we go: Toast 11 Titanium, Data Rescue 3, FX Photo Studio Pro 2.0,Fantastical, iStat MenusPhoneView, Concealer, EarthDeskMellel and Bookends. And if you’re one of the first 10,000 to purchase the bundle, you’ll get Printopia thrown in with it, too. Now that’s some great software.

All the apps are Mac OS Lion compatible, and you’ll get the very latest release of each version.

Not to throw you a sales pitch, but if you were to buy all of these apps separately you’d spend $487. Which means if you purchase the MacUpdate bundle, you’ll be getting yourself a 90% discount. In these austere times, that’s not something to sneeze at — especially if you’ve recently purchased a new Mac and you’re looking to load it up with some nifty apps.

The MacUpdate offer expires in just over 14 days, which gives you more than enough time to count your pennies.

Click here for details on all the apps over at MacUpdate

MacUpdate Bundle: 11 Mac Apps for $49.99

A few times a year, the wonderful people at MacUpdate compile a bundle deal with some awesome must-have Mac applications, this time their latest bundle delivers at least 12 Mac applications for $49.99 (a $381 value if all purchased separately) including:

– Parallels Desktop 6 – Run Windows on your Mac without rebooting
– Divvy ($14) – Create custom workspaces on your screen
– 1Password ($39) – Easily manage website logins/passwords
– MacUpdate Desktop ($10) – Keep your Mac software updated automatically
– DVD REmaster Pro 7 ($49) – Convert DVD movies to iPhone or Apple TV
– Mac DVDRipper 2 ($9) – Copy DVDs to your Mac
– Hands Off! ($24) – Monitor and control access to your network or disks
– App Tamer ($14) – Pause idle apps from consuming CPU cycles and battery life
– TechTool Pro 5 ($98) – Disk utility and repair
– Civilization IV ($19) – Turn based history game, Game of the Year winner.
– A Better Finder Rename ($19) – File, photo and MP3 batch renamer

The Bundle can be found HERE!

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Apple offers Movie Bundles on iTunes

It appears that Apple has launched movie bundles in the iTunes Store, offering consumers the opportunity to purchase themed movie multi-pack downloads at discount pricing. Currently available is the Godfather I and II Bundle, which is offered at $14.99, while each film is films are available individually for $9.99 each.

The Dirty Dancing bundle comes at an even steeper discounts, with both movies being available for download for a mere, $9.99, which is pretty much the same as buy-one-get-one-free pricing. If you are more into the action movies iTunes also offers a quad-pack, with the X-Men Quadrilog which is priced at $29.99. For the more comedy interested you will be pleased to find the Austin Powers trilogy and Lethal Weapons 1-4 bundle

While all of the above mentioned are in SD, Apple has also included a pair of HD download bundles in the new offerings such as a Jason Statham “Action Pack: including Crank 2,Transporter 3, and The Bank Job.

Unfortunately for our European readers it appeasrs as if the iTunes Movie Bundles are currently limited to the U.S. and Canadian stores, where approximately 30-40 bundles are available in each store.

So whether you are traveling for Christmas and need to fill up your iPhone or iPod touch for a long trip home, or you just need some much-needed relative-escaping couch distraction we are sure you will find something of interest.

MacUpdate Release Holiday Bundle.

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If you love to buy bundled software then you are mostly likely already familiar with Macupdate, which along with MacHeist is the biggest player in terms of Mac software bundling. Once again they have release a bundle just in time for the Christmas shopping. Their latest Holiday Bundle, comprising over eleven full-featured applications that would normally cost you $447 however the whole bundle can be bought for just $49.95.

In this year’s Holiday Bundle, you’ll find:

Path Finder — A powerful, award-winning Finder alternative.

Socialite — Sort of the Tweetdeck of social networking, Socialite allows you to power manage your Twitter, Flickr, Facebook, Digg and Google Reader accounts.

Yep — A document manager and organizer.

Radio Gage — An Internet radio multi-recorder with over 10,000 stations.

Garage Sale — For the eBay powerseller, an application to help create truly eye catching auctions.

DragThing — The popular OS X program launcher.

Speed Download — A versatile download manager and accelerator.

PCalc — A full featured scientific calculator.

HealthNute — Easily track your calories and nutrients in this weight-loss tool.

Machinarium — An award-winning puzzle and adventure game.

iRip — Copy songs from any iPod to your Mac with just a single click.

The first 10,000 purchasers of the Holiday Bundle will get also get PowerTunes which is a software that allows you to create, organize and share multiple iTunes libraries. They receive a pack of Holiday DVD Templates, as well as some other applications.

Even if you don’t really need all 11 programs as usual, you will find some which are definitely worth the cash. And lets be honest this is really a killer deal : the Holiday Bundle is only $49.95 and contains eleven programs that would normally set you back at least $447.