MacLegion 2012 Holiday Bundle Arrives: 10 Great Mac Apps for $49.99

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The 2012 MacLegion Holiday Bundle has finally arrived–you can get 10 great Mac apps for just $49.99 (a bonus 11th app is available to the first 5000 bundles sold only). All of these apps combined retail for over $540, but you can get them for 90% off as a bundle for just $49.99 (a savings of 90% off).

If you’re worried about after-sales support, MacLegion guarantees you’ll get it:

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.

Here are the apps included in this year’s bundle:

  • TechTool Pro ($99.99) – TechTool Pro 6 outperforms all other apps and is the best disk utility to help solve virtually any problems on your Mac, including multiple protection and prevention tools.
  • Freeway Pro ($229.00) – With Freeway Pro you can create professional websites that look exactly the way you want – without writing any code! Whether you’re new to web design or a pro wanting to put sites together in a jiffy, Freeway Pro is the ideal solution for you.
  • Djay ($19.99) – Rock your next party with unprecedented ease. Transform your Mac into a full-fledged DJ system using all your songs from iTunes. djay is the #1 DJ app for iTunes.
  • Capo ($49.99) – Capo, winner of a 2011 Apple Design Award, is a revolutionary tool that helps you learn the music in your iTunes library. By slowing your music, and presenting a detailed spectrogram, Capo lets you hear and see your music like never before.
  • Fantastical ($19.99) – Fantastical’s natural language engine is expressive and intelligent so you can write in your own style. Fantastical also automatically recognizes the location of your event and can even invite people from your Address Book to the event.
  • RipIt ($24.95) – Transfer DVDs to your Mac with ease and speed. Then take your movies with you without the need to carry around discs. RipIt saves both your MacBook’s battery life and your movie collection from scratches. Rip or Compress with One Click.
  • iRip ($19.95) – Transfer songs, videos, podcasts, ringtones, books, photos, contacts, and texts from your iPhone or iPod to your Mac or PC.
  • Beamer ($15.00) – Drag any movie file onto Beamer and it will start streaming wirelessly to your TV with Apple TV instantly. No jailbreak required.
  • Copy Paste Pro ($30.00) – CopyPaste Pro has been massively popular since its first release. What has made it so widely appreciated? Usefulness. CopyPaste magnifies and multiplies the usefulness of the humble clipboard.
  • Code Collector Pro ($19.99) – Code Collector Pro is a storage app for code snippets. From HTML to Cocoa, C++ to Ruby, Code Collector Pro looks after all your code snippets, letting you quickly reference them whenever you want.
  • BONUS: Alarm Clock Pro ($19.95) – First 5,000 purchases only–Waking up to headache-inducing buzzers and static-plagued radio stations can now be confined to your past. Alarm Clock Pro enables you to design your daily routine and perform various tasks automatically, such as starting your favorite iTunes playlist!

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  • http://twitter.com/jaysonzoo Jason X

    Can anyone comment on how good these apps are?

  • Peter Pottinger

    Worst apps ever. Couldn’t pay me enough to install a single one of these.