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HOT: Name Your Own Price for 10 Essential Mac Apps [Deals]

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This is definitely a hot deal for those seeking some killer Mac apps. The Name Your Own Price Mac Bundle 2.0 brings 10 killer Mac apps your way for the price of…whatever you want. That’s right, you name your own price and 10% of your purchase goes towards your pick of the following charities: Child’s Play, World Wildlife Fund and Creative Commons.

The 10 Mac apps part of this deal are:

  • DiskTools Pro: The Best Hard Drive Utility For Your Mac
  • CrossOver 12: Easily Open Windows Software on Your Mac
  • Snapz Pro X: Easily and Effectively Record Anything on Your Screen
  • Paperless: A Paper Free Life All From Your Mac
  • Mac Blu-ray Player: The World’s First & Best Blu-ray Player Software
  • Gemini: Locate Duplicate Files and Delete Them From Your Mac
  • Musictube: A YouTube Music Player
  • HoudahSpot: Quickly Access Any Files and Save Time Finding What You Need
  • Elmedia Player Pro: A Great Flash Player for Your Mac
  • PhotoBulk: Watermark, Resize and Optimize Your Photos
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[Related deal: Dragon Dictate for Mac 3 is 50% off]

The total value combined for these apps is $399, but you can get them for whatever price you want, as along as you beat the average price which currently stands at just $8.26! The recommended price is $49 (88% off) and the top leaderboard spot is $104.

If you take the top spot on the leaderboard you will be entered to win a MacBook Air.

Click here to jump on the Name Your Own Price Mac Bundle 2.0 before it ends!

Stack Social has partnered with iPhoneinCanada.ca to offer deals on Mac software, gadgets and more. Promotion of these deals allow readers to save while supporting this site. 

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  • 10 Mac apps for under $9 is a good deal, no?

    Plus it helps support your favourite site if that matters (like put dinner on the table!).

    But I totally understand it definitely gets repetitive seeing the same deal plastered all over the place and can be annoying.

  • Joseph

    Gary,

    I saw a similar ad-post last week that I viewed. I was under the notion that you or another trusted writer had posted it in recommendation to your reader base. I ended up purchasing the package, though it occurred to me later it was a sponsored ad. I’ve followed and enjoyed your website for years, and built a trust of the writers. I sincerely hope we don’t see more advertisements/sponsors on the website shown under the guise of another of your articles.

  • Hi Joseph,

    All of our Stack Social offers are clearly described as an affiliate promotion at the footer of each post. They do offer some good deals on software and other occasional accessories too. What post are you referring to?

  • Jon

    I don’t think Gary would post a sponsored ad that he believed would rip users off. He’s offering a service of presenting an excellent deal that also supports the site. I see nothing wrong with this.

  • Peter Pottinger

    worth $0

  • Joseph

    A similar type of post regarding a bundle of web,flash, and image editors for websites, also a stack social deal. I’ve no problem with great deals, though I am wary of when they occupy the same space and style as any other post by an IIC writer.

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