Jump on this Black Friday deal for a massive bundle of Mac apps feat. PDF Expert [Deals]


Black Friday Mac Bundle Feat PDF Expert
Don't miss on this eight Mac app bundle, featuring PDF Expert and Roxio Toast.
Photo: Cult of Mac Deals

That’s right, it’s almost time for Black Friday to roll around again. This year, forget facing the long, bleak lines at department stores. Instead, you can bring a truckload of new apps to your Mac with the click of a button, including award-winning Mac app–PDF Expert 2.2.

Coming across a discounted suite of curated utility Mac apps don’t happen often. The Black Friday Mac Bundle is enticing in that it features app you will use on a daily basis both at home and in the office. The entire bundle is valued at $492.86, but for all Cult of Mac reader can score all eight apps for $33.15 with the use of special coupon code “GIFTSHOP15.” 

  • PDF Expert 2.2 ($59.99 Value): Awarded the Apple Editors’ Choice Mac app, easily edit text, images, links, and outlines of PDFs
  • Roxio Toast 16 Titanium ($99.99 Value): This highly rated digital media app allows you to screen capture, burn, and edit videos
  • Default Folder X 5 ($34.95 Value): Preview, access, and delete all your files instantly
  • WALTR 2 ($39.95 Value): Wirelessly transfer music, videos, and PDFs to your iOS without iTunes
  • Flux 7 ($99 Value): Quickly build websites with this WYSIWYG tool
  • Stylizer 7 ($79 Value): Edit and style websites seamlessly in realtime
  • Art Text 3 ($29.99 Value): Create eye-popping logos and text with this design software
  • MacReviver ($49.99 Value): Free up your Mac’s memory and optimize performance

Buy now: Get the Black Friday Mac Bundle for $33.15 with code “GIFTSHOP15.” That’s 92 percent off the usual price.

  • Deplorable Lance Corvette

    There was nowhere to insert the given discount code at checkout; the linked web site showed $39 for the bundle instead of $33.15; and the linked web site charged me double – $78 instead of the $39 it showed or the $33.15 shown here. The only reason I clicked “finish your order” was to see if there was a place to insert the discount code, and there wasn’t.

    It’s some kind of bait and switch – don’t do it.

  • Jim M.

    I saw a link that says Promo Code within the Order