Name your price for this massive pack of premium Mac apps [Deals]

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Pay What You Want- The World's Biggest Mac App Bundle
This bundle of almost a dozen premium Mac apps will upgrade the creativity, productivity, and entertainment value of your prized machine.
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You’ve got a Mac, which is one of the finest computing machines money can buy. But it’s really only as useful as the applications you put in it. When you’ve already dropped serious coin on a new computer, it can hurt to fork out even more for a bunch of apps.

Pay what you want to get your Mac a checkup from the neck up [Deals]

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2016 PWYW Mac Bundle

Your Mac was born to perform, but for the rest of its life it’s up to you to make sure it stays in shape. This bundle of a dozen — count em — apps are like taking your computer to a full service health spa. Give your Mac’s hard drive a deep clean, enhance its audio performance, keep track of its activity and eliminate distractions, among a bunch of other uber useful enhancements.

The best part though? You can pay whatever you’re willing to pay for the whole shebang, and a portion of every dollar you spend goes toward the critical work of Save the Children.

Aurora Mac Blu-Ray Player: A Seamless Entertainment Experience On Your Mac [Deals]

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Even as DVDs become less and less desirable and the idea of streaming media becomes more prevalent, going with a Blu-ray disc for home entertainment is still a great experience. But not every device can handle Blu-ray discs, let alone give you the kind of control and simplicity of use that many of us crave.

That’s where this Cult of Mac Deals offer comes in. For a limited time, you can get Aurora Mac Blu-Ray Player for only $19.95 – and save time and money in the process.

With Aurora’s Blu-ray software, you can freely control playback. You’ll have the ability to play any title or chapter and adjust the screen size as necessary. The app even allows you to customize your experience, such as choosing the language and background image and changing the playback behaviors. And if you’re a Blu-ray power user, you can de-interlace movies (manual or automatic) to get better visual quality according to your display configuration.