Last Chance! Get 10 Great Mac Apps With The Summer 2013 Mac Bundle [Deals] | Cult of Mac

Last Chance! Get 10 Great Mac Apps With The Summer 2013 Mac Bundle [Deals]


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The summer season isn’t traditionally associated with productivity. It’s a time where we relax, go on holidays, and spend more time in the great outdoors. But this is also a great time of year where you can make your Mac more efficient through the use of apps that can take your productivity to a new level.

That’s why Cult of Mac Deals has assembled The Summer 2013 Mac Bundle, featuring Parallels and 9 other killer Mac apps – and you can get it for only $49.99 for a limited time.

Some of the apps that will do their part to really enhance your productivity include:

Parallels Desktop 8 for Mac (Value: $80.00)

With Parallels’ award-winning virtualization technology, you can run Mac OS X and your favorite Windows applications at the same time. Boasting over 90 new and improved features, Parallels Desktop 8 gives you the best of both worlds. Now it’s possible to run Windows, Linux, and more side-by-side with Mac OS X. That means one computer can take care of so much more – which means fewer devices to concern yourself with.

Snagit For Mac (Value: $50.00)

With Snagit’s easy-to-use tools, you can quickly create images and videos to give feedback, solve a problem, or show off something to others. It empowers you to communicate efficiently with visuals that give your ideas clarity and help you explain any subject. Snagit is one of the “dark horse” apps included in this bundle, and it’s well worth having in your Mac toolbox.

Typinator (Value: $33.00)

Typinator boosts your productivity by automating the process of inserting frequently used text and graphics and auto-correcting typing errors. Set up custom abbreviations for frequently needed text items, and Typinator automatically replaces the abbreviations with the corresponding expansions as you type. This app will really take your efficiency to new heights.

The other apps included in this bundle are the following:

  • xPlan (Value: $80.00) xPlan makes it easy to specify requirements, tasks, resources, and obstacles, and to generate a full Gantt schedule, including task dependencies — so you can efficiently tackle any project that comes your way.
  • WinZip Mac Edition 2.0 (Value: $30.00) Designed specifically for Mac users, WinZip Mac Edition is packed with special features to help maximize your productivity and minimize your file sizes.
  • Jump Desktop (Value: $30.00) Jump Desktop is your solution to staying connected to all of your devices while you’re out on the road, in a plane, or simply down the street.
  • Boom For Mac (Value: $7.00) Boom seamlessly integrates itself with your Mac so all you have to do is adjust the volume as you wish.
  • Leap (Value: $20.00) Leap’s ability to quickly browse like-documents allows you to stumble upon not only the file you were looking for but sometimes an even better one that you weren’t looking for.
  • ColorStrokes (Value: $3.00) ColorStrokes allows you to convert color photos to monochrome and reveal the color of specific areas, select different monochrome layers, or add more drama with special effects.
  • Digital Photography Course For Beginners (Value: $149.00) Most new DSLR camera owners use very little of the potential of their cameras. This course aims to fill that gap in knowledge so you can get into the more creative modes of your camera and start taking better photos.

Take advantage of this opportunity to make your Mac better and pick up The Summer 2013 Mac Bundle for the low price of only $49.99 – a savings of 90%! But this deal is ending soon, so go to the Cult of Mac Deals page, grab this bundle, and level up your productivity now!


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