Corel became popular thanks to its industry-standard digital creativity apps. The company is synonymous with photo editing, digital painting and other visual tools. With this bundle, you get three of Corel’s flagship apps. Additionally, the package includes two apps you might not associate with Corel: WinZip and Toast 17 Titanium.
Pay what you want for 10 apps to maximize productivity on your Mac [Deals]
Tired of hunching over your keyboard for hours with too little to show for it at the end of the day? This bundle of 10 apps can help get your computer out of the way of what you need to do by vastly enhancing its productivity possibilities. It’ll remove workflow limitations and simplify the process of using all sorts of apps, file formats, even letting you run Windows programs right from your Mac dock. And right now you can pay what you want at Cult of Mac Deals.
Two Tools You Can Use To Optimize Your Mac [Deals]
There’s a key difference between paper clutter and digital clutter: you can actually see paper clutter. Digital clutter can clog up your Mac in various places, and sorting your files into folders will only help you to a point. There are tons of other little files that can keep your Mac running at less than optimum levels.
Last Chance! Get 10 Great Mac Apps With The Summer 2013 Mac Bundle [Deals]
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.
WinZip Unzips Itself Onto iOS, iPad Users Point And Laugh
Way back in the mists of 1991, in the dark days when Kevin Costner somehow beat Martin Scorsese for the Best Director Oscar (Dances with Wolves vs. Goodfellas. Seriously?), WinZip was first launched. The frustrating, hard-to-use piece of shareware is still going today, and has just elbowed its way into the iOS App Store. That’s right: WinZip is now available for the iPhone and iPad.