Bundle for Mac user

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by Nemesimac, Oct 18, 2009.

  1. Nemesimac macrumors newbie

    Oct 18, 2009
    MacFriendly has released their new MacFriendly Bundle of 12 applications for Mac users. The Bundle is valued at over $500 and is available for a limited time for only $49.99, which represents a savings of over 85% off the list prices. The bundle includes 12 downloadable software applications, and the latest version of each application is included in the bundle. Additionally, two bonus applications will be added to the bundle for all customers when 1000 bundles have been sold.*

    The bundle is available at http://www.macfriendly.org.

    The 12 programs and 2 bonus programs included in this bundle are:

    Pagico Professional
    3D Image Commander
    Cross FTP Pro
    Mac DVDRipper Pro
    Sleep Blaster
    Super Flexible Synchronizer PRO
    Mac Snapper
    Data Guardian
    Translate Deluxe
    Hear (BONUS)
    Flash Decompiler Trillix (BONUS)

    The MacFriendly bundle sale ends on October 30, 2009.
  2. X-JRO macrumors member

    Dec 18, 2008
    Australia, Victoria, Melbourne East
    Is it worth it OP?
  3. fhall1 macrumors 68040


    Dec 18, 2007
    (Central) NY State of mind
    Not as good as the last bundle offer (IMO)...won't be getting this one.
  4. McShizzel macrumors regular

    Oct 29, 2008
    Originally I was thinking about getting this bundle but I heard that it was experiencing problems according to comments from macappdeals members ( http://macappdeals.com/?p=3937 ), so I'm going to have to pass.
  5. SpaceMagic macrumors 68000


    Oct 26, 2003
    Cardiff, Wales
    I don't know. The more and more of these there are, the less incentive I have to buy. MacHeist is usually great, but these smaller ones just give me the same functionality over and over again. As more great apps become associated with one promotion (so the MacHeist apps, the MacZot apps) they are going to be less inclined to offer through new ones such as this MacFriendly. There isn't one app in that list which I would want.

    However, I can see for a lot of new Mac users they offer great functionality at a fraction of their cost.

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