Save Over $700 In 11 Incredible Apps With MacUpdate’s December 2011 Bundle [Deals]

Save Over $700 In 11 Incredible Apps With MacUpdate’s December 2011 Bundle [Deals]

MacUpdate always knows how to throw a good bundle, and their Yuletime offering is no exception, offering 11 incredible apps for just $49.99, shaving nearly $700 off of their full retail value.

In any app bundle, a few pieces of software stand out from the rest of the crowd, and MacUpdate’s December 2011 bundle is no exception. Here are some of the apps that catch our eye:

&bulkl; First, there is Postbox 3, the latest version of my personal favorite e-mail client for the Mac. For power users who need serious tools to manage their email, you can’t do better than Postbox 3, which usually costs $30 on its own.

• Then there is TechToolPro 6, which headlines the bundle. It’s a great app for making sure your drives don’t meet with catastrophe, or saving them after they’ve seemingly given up the ghost. TechToolPro 6 usually costs $99.99 on its own.

Neverwinter Nights 2 is a fantastic RPG by Obsidian Software, who have also done Knights of the Old Republic 2 and Fallout: New Vegas, two of my favorite RPGs of recent years. Like the first game, Neverwinter Nights isn’t just an incredible RPG, it’s also an incredible multiplayer role-playing experience. It usually costs $20.

Other apps in the pack include FontPack Pro Master Edition, audio equalizer app Hear, clipboard manager iClip5, DVD ripping software MacDVDRipper Pro 3, and TotalFinder 3, which adds tabs, hotkeys and other keys to finder. Plus many more besides.

All in all, MacUpdate’s latest bundle has something for anyone. If you can only make use of one or two apps in this bundle, it’s already paid for itself, so if you can afford $50 during this expensive season, head on over and drop it there.

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