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Unclutter today kicked off a new Black Friday Mac app bundle, which includes twelve Mac apps for $75 (worth a total value of $350). You can also pick only the apps you want and pay half the regular price for each individual app.

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Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with these vendors. When you click a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us keep the site running.

Apps in the bunlde include Aeon Timeline 3, BetterZip 5, DaisyDisk, Unclutter, Path Finder 10, Permute 3, Squash 3, Unite 4, Default Folder X, TextSoap 9, TextSniper, and uBar 4. You won't need any special promo code as the $75 bundle price has been applied automatically.



Below you can find all of the apps in this bundle, as well as their individual pricing. Most come with lifetime licenses, and they're all 50 percent off.
  • Aeon Timeline 3 - $32.50, down from $65.00 (Lifetime license)
  • BetterZip 5 - $12.50, down from $25.00 (Full license)
  • DaisyDisk - $5.00, down from $10.00 (Lifetime license)
  • Unclutter - $10.00, down from $20.00 (Lifetime license)
  • Path Finder 10 - $18.00, down from $36.00 (Lifetime license)
  • Permute 3 - $7.50, down from $15.00 (Lifetime license)
  • Squash 3 - $14.50, down from $29.00 (Lifetime license)
  • Unite 4 - $12.50, down from $25.00 (Lifetime license)
  • Default Folder X - $17.50, down from $35.00 (Full license)
  • TextSoap 9 - $25.00, down from $50.00 (Lifetime license)
  • TextSniper - $5.00, down from $10.00 (Lifetime license)
  • uBar 4 - $15.00, down from $30.00 (Lifetime license)
We're keeping track of all this season's best deals in our Black Friday 2021 Roundup. You can also find more of our daily deals and other offers in our Deals Roundup.

Article Link: Black Friday: 'Applaudables' Bundle Offers 12 Mac Apps for $75
 
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osx'r

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Are these discounts US only? DaisyDisk is reporting the CAD equivalent before discounts.

Edit: Never mind...just noticed the pricing is through the bundle offer and not the regular delivery mechanism(s)
 

Unclutter

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Are these discounts US only? DaisyDisk is reporting the CAD equivalent before discounts.

Edit: Never mind...just noticed the pricing is through the bundle offer and not the regular delivery mechanism(s)

Discounts are calculated automatically and applied across all the currencies.

Still, nothing is perfect ? If you have any issues with apps or bundle, please let me know - bundle@unclutterapp.com
 

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Discounts are calculated automatically and applied across all the currencies.

Still, nothing is perfect ? If you have any issues with apps or bundle, please let me know - bundle@unclutterapp.com
That wasn't the problem - it's all on me. I went to the main site (in this case, for DaisyDukeDaisyDisk) and there was no sign of a discount. Same for when I went to the Mac App Store. Only noticed that it was only through unclutterapp, and by then it was too late to delete my post. So I left it there for others' potential benefit.

EDIT: Corrected the Freudian slip
 
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Eorlas

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I’d like to know which of them are actually useful/worth buying?

also chiming in for daisydisk, have used it for years. it's so efficient and has an excellent UI for being able to quickly visualize what exactly is taking up space on the drive, how much, locate the file, quickly delete it, etc.

ubar might be worthwhile if you like what it does
 
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osx'r

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Thanks for the recommendations, all. Didn't take long to pull the trigger on both TextSniper and DaisyDisk. Can certainly see these being useful.
 

jlc1978

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I use and find very useful:
Daisy Disk - seeing what is taking up large amounts of disk space
PathFinder - Very useful Finder replacement, with dual pane Windows, for drag and drop, etc.
UBar - much better than the stock dock
TextSoap - easy way to scrub files of extraneous characters, etc.
Default Folder X - what Apple should have built into Mac OSX for file management; it makes file save / open and looking for recent files / folders or favorites so much easier.

Those are my go tos; they make using OS X so much better.

BetterZip is a nice Zip Utility, and Aeon Timeline useful for building, well timelines, for jokes, sets, etc.

I also have UnClutter but never could get used to using it. Not a knock on it, just it didn't fit with my use pattern.

A solid bundle of great apps, IMHO.
 

thalegold

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Unclutter today kicked off a new Black Friday Mac app bundle, which includes twelve Mac apps for $75 (worth a total value of $350). You can also pick only the apps you want and pay half the regular price for each individual app.

app-bundle.jpg
Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with these vendors. When you click a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us keep the site running.

Apps in the bunlde include Aeon Timeline 3, BetterZip 5, DaisyDisk, Unclutter, Path Finder 10, Permute 3, Squash 3, Unite 4, Default Folder X, TextSoap 9, TextSniper, and uBar 4. You won't need any special promo code as the $75 bundle price has been applied automatically.



Below you can find all of the apps in this bundle, as well as their individual pricing. Most come with lifetime licenses, and they're all 50 percent off.
  • Aeon Timeline 3 - $32.50, down from $65.00 (Lifetime license)
  • BetterZip 5 - $12.50, down from $25.00 (Full license)
  • DaisyDisk - $5.00, down from $10.00 (Lifetime license)
  • Unclutter - $10.00, down from $20.00 (Lifetime license)
  • Path Finder 10 - $18.00, down from $36.00 (Lifetime license)
  • Permute 3 - $7.50, down from $15.00 (Lifetime license)
  • Squash 3 - $14.50, down from $29.00 (Lifetime license)
  • Unite 4 - $12.50, down from $25.00 (Lifetime license)
  • Default Folder X - $17.50, down from $35.00 (Full license)
  • TextSoap 9 - $25.00, down from $50.00 (Lifetime license)
  • TextSniper - $5.00, down from $10.00 (Lifetime license)
  • uBar 4 - $15.00, down from $30.00 (Lifetime license)
We're keeping track of all this season's best deals in our Black Friday 2021 Roundup. You can also find more of our daily deals and other offers in our Deals Roundup.

Article Link: Black Friday: 'Applaudables' Bundle Offers 12 Mac Apps for $75


I've already used some of these and honestly I can't think of one single app I can't live without.
 
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tubedogg

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I have and regularly use Daisy Disk and UnClutter, and heartily recommend both.

I'm eyeing TextSoap, Path Finder, Default Folder X, and TextSniper. Have to give a think.
 

osx'r

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"Oh, how I hope "DaisyDuke" was an autocorrect. That would be epic. "

OMG! Freudian slip more like it, lol.
 

kyeblue

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Those bundles never makes any sense, most people at most find one or two of those software marginal useful to them. It is like wasting money on bundled cable TV that you barely watch.
 
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bf2008

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Sounds like you can do all these things with terminal commands and then you don't need to install anything. If for instance daisydisk just tells you size of folders you can do that in the terminal.
 
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boss.king

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Is anyone else having a hard time reading anything on that site on mobile? It’s an iPad-sized viewport for a phone, the font is like 2pt.
 

vseera

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All of these apps are also available through Setapp, just for anyone who is thinking of getting a subscription. I already use Path Finder and Betterzip through it, but got to know about more useful apps through this thread.
 
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