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Summer 2013 Mac Bundle: 10 Top Apps for $49.99, Includes Parallels 8 [Deals]

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Summer is pretty much in full swing and that means the biggest Mac bundle of the year from Stack Social via our Deals Store has arrived. The Summer Mac Bundle for 2013 is here and includes 10 top Mac apps for just $49.99, which is 90% off the retail price of $482.

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Here’s what’s included:

  1. Parallels Desktop 8 for Mac – The #1 Choice of Customers For Running Windows on Your Mac
  2. Snagit For Mac – Record Screen Videos & Enhance Your Images With The Ultimate Screen Capture Tool
  3. Typinator – Typinator “Types” Frequently Used Text For You
  4. WinZip Mac Edition 2.0 – Maximize Your Productivity & Minimize Your File Sizes
  5. xPlan – Easily Create, Track, & Manage Your Projects Right From Your Mac
  6. Jump Desktop – Connect to Any Computer in the World
  7. Boom For Mac – System-Wide Volume Booster & Equalizer That Will Give Your Mac The Sonic Boom
  8. Leap – Easily Find, Organize, & Browse Your Most Important Documents
  9. ColorStrokes – The Most Popular App for Selective Color Photography
  10. Digital Photography Course for Beginners – Learn How to Effectively Use Your DSLR Camera With This Beginner Course (only free for the first 10,000 customers!)
  11. Freebie: sBlaster ($12 value) – just share this and it’s your free gift

If you or anyone you know has been contemplating installing Windows on their Mac, Parallels Desktop 8 on its own is $80 from Future Shop–but here you can get it for $49.99 and save $30. That doesn’t even include the other 9 apps you’ll be getting ‘for free’ as part of the bundle!

Click here to jump on the Summer Mac Bundle while it’s still available.

 

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  • Ryan Laker

    Seems worth it for Parallels, I’ve been wanting to pick it up for awhile.

  • Yep. I don’t think I’ve seen Parallels for Mac on sale as cheap as $49.99. Not a bad deal at all.

  • reformcanada

    Still not 100% sold on Parallels. I know it is easier but I worry about the effect on battery life and ram consumption. I think I will stick to bootcamp and winclone for backup with time machine.

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