Get Over $600 Worth Of Photography And Design Assets With The SuperStacked Mac Bundle 2.0 [Deals]



This Cult of Mac Deals is the perfect software stack for any creative. It’s so perfect, you could even call it a “super” stack.

Cult of Mac Deals has assembled $650 worth of creative resources in one massive package, featuring software that is ideal for the designer and photographer. We’ve even planted an app in there that many bloggers and online writers use. And you can get all of these apps – 9 in total – for just $29 during this limited time offer!

Get 3 Must-Have Mac Apps With The MacPhun Photo Editor Bundle [Deals]


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As the summer vacation season hits in our neck of the woods, there’s bound to be plenty of photos being taken of people having fun in the sun. Whether you’re using a simple point-and-shoot, a high-end DSLR, or even your smartphone – the photo-taking process doesn’t end once you take the shot. You’re going to want to make that shot look as great as possible afterward – and that’s where the latest Cult of Mac Deals offer can offer you a big hand.

With The MacPhun Photo Editor Bundle, you’ll get three stellar photo apps in Snapheal, FX Studio Pro, and ColorStroke. Buying all of these apps outside of this offer would run you $69 – but Cult of Mac Deals is offering you a 56% savings on these apps in this bundle. You can get all three apps in The MacPhun Photo Editor Bundle for just $29.99 for a limited time.

Enter the Snapheal iPad Giveaway Now! [Last Chance]



Did you enter the Snapheal iPad giveaway? Mike first posted about it a month ago and the response has been nothing short of tremendous, but all good things must come to an end. People have been winning SnapHeal every week (I got a copy and it is bring amazing) and now it’s coming up to the big draw for the iPad. So…

There is only one day left to enter the contest!

So get to it and enter!—Snapheal New iPad Giveaway – iPhone Hacks Deals

Snapheal Mac App: Super-Impressive, Dead-Easy & Ridiculously Cheap Photo Manipulation [Review]



Do you really need to spend a lot of money to get grade-A photo-editing tricks? Apparently not. With Snapheal ($20), developer MacPhun has taken arguably the coolest Photoshop feature in recent years, made it dead-easy to use and packaged it with all the basic photo-editing tools you’ll need — and more. And all for a fraction of what it should cost.