LAST CHANCE: Keep Your Mac Safe 24/7 With MacKeeper [Deals]

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Your Mac is a machine that can do a whole lot for you – but even your Mac needs some fine-tuning every once in a while. What if you could not only have a means to maintain your Mac…but also enhance it?

Enter MacKeeper – an award-winning all-in-one system utility that includes 16 powerful maintenance features that fully optimize, protect, control, and clean your Mac. We’ve got it for you here at Cult of Mac Deals for a limited time at an amazing price – only $29. And for that price, you’ll receive the Standard version…which gives you MacKeeper coverage on 2 of your Macs.

MacKeeper boasts 16 utilities under the umbrella of 1 application – and offers the following features:

Security Features

  • Internet Security: Protect your Mac from all threats coming from online: phishing, identity theft, credit card fraud, spyware, malware etc.
  • Anti-Theft: Use the most advanced technologies to locate a stolen computer and get it back.

Optimization Features:

  • Update Tracker: Keep the latest versions of all apps in one place and makes the updating process much more convenient.
  • Login Items: Optimize and speeds up your Mac by setting up the applications to open upon login.
  • Default Apps: Define which application will open each file type.

Data Control Features:

  • Data Encryptor: Prevent unwanted access to your files by using double password protection and AES encryption standards.
  • File Recovery: Restore deleted and trashed files from your Mac’s hard drive. Supports a wide range of file formats both for HFS+ and NTFS systems. Is able to recover files from external storage devices.
  • Backup: Create and schedules backups of important files on your Mac’s hard drive as well as external devices and online storages.
  • Shredder: Delete files or folders without any chance to recover them.
  • ZeoDisk: Share, backup and sync all your files online.

Cleaning Features:

  • Fast Cleanup: A set of cleaning utilities that completely removes all kinds of junk from your Mac.
  • Smart Uninstaller: Completely removes unneeded applications leaving no junk behind.
  • Disk Usage: Scans data on your Mac and shows the largest files on the hard drive.
  • Duplicates Finder: Look for file copies that take up space on your Mac’s hard drive and delete them with the click of a button.
  • File Finder: Scan your Mac to find any file you’re looking for.

MacKeeper also sports “Geek on Demand” features, which means you can receive unlimited online service that can provide an answer to any technical question you have. In addition to a set of tools and utilities, MacKeeper provides 24/7 online support via phone and chat built right into the application.

We’ve also got different coverage options for you to choose from. Click here to get MacKeeper Basic ($20 – license covers 1 Mac) or click here to get MacKeeper Premium ($35 – license covers 3 Macs).

But this limited time offer on MacKeeper won’t be around for long. So act now and get it for only $29 today!

LAST CHANCE: Keep Your Mac Safe 24/7 With MacKeeper [Deals]

  • joewaylo

    Provided MacKeeper ever worked. It’s been buggy since it’s first debut and hasn’t done anything for me.

  • Tymanbrew

    Complete scam, takes a good hour to clean it completely off your computer since all the installer does is take off the application.

  • David

    CleanMyMac blows this program out of the water.

  • Lone_Deathster

    CleanMyMac and MacKeeper will f*ck Mac Os x permissions. Good Luck.

  • OleguerTxdr

    CleanMyMac blows this program out of the water.

    I’ve been looking for pros and cons on both apps and I can’t really decide why one would be better than the other. Since I’d feel safer with one of them installed on my mac, could you tell me why you think CleanMyMac is way better than MacKeeper, please?

  • technochick
    CleanMyMac blows this program out of the water.

    I’ve been looking for pros and cons on both apps and I can’t really decide why one would be better than the other. Since I’d feel safer with one of them installed on my mac, could you tell me why you think CleanMyMac is way better than MacKeeper, please?

    I find both apps to be a waste myself. It’s really not that hard to do this kind of clean up manually. Especially if you set up the right tools to do it from the start.

    Add to it that spoofing these types of programs is a common way to try to phish for admin access, given credit card info and it adds to my desire to avoid them

  • lwdesign1

    I don’t understand Cult of Mac’s support for this set of programs after the HORRIBLE reviews I’ve read about it time after time. The reviews almost always say that Mackeeper messed up the reviewer’s Macs and then took a long time for the reviewer to fix the problems it caused. If all these reviews are in error, how about someone at CoM doing an actual test and review of the product to see if it is the malware I’ve read it to be or not?

    Leander: Can you address this? Mackeeper has such a bad name, yet I’ve never seen any serious review of the product that debunked any of the bad reviews. CoM’s continuing support of the program puts me in doubt about the actual quality of information on CoM.

  • Matthew Leeper

    Why are you pushing/promoting this scam software? It makes you lose credibility. Go to http://discussions.apple.com, and search for “MacKeeper.” You’ll see.

  • Rebelord

    As someone who works for an Apple Specialist, our Techs our constantly removing this terrible application for our customers computers.

  • renny1966

    I am a service tech in Canberra and I add my voice to Rebelord and others. This is one of the worse pieces of software on the market today and it does you no service at all to be associated with it.

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