Tag Archives | Applications

…The Mac Bundle Box is a great deal on software?

Mac Bundle Box

Get your app on with the Mac Bundle Box, a collection of 12 great apps for just $49.

Titles include Freeway, Simon, DEVONthink, myNotes, iCash, DaisyDisk, Chronicle, Stomp and Exces, and you’ll save almost 90% off retail by buying them together, so what do you have to loose?

[Mac Bundle Box]

…Mac Mix will save you some cash?

Mac Mix

Mac Heads take note: Mac Mix could be your chance to save some serious cash on a bundle of the best Mac applications (Maclications?).

Unlike other shareware bundle events, which offer a discount bundle of pre-selected apps, Mac Mix lets you choose your own bundle. The end result is a bundle that has no fillers, and contains only the applications that you want and/or need.

Obviously there’s got to be a catch, so the discounts increase as you buy more apps. Any single app starts at 10% off, but if you buy three apps, that quickly climbs to 30%, and by 12 apps, you’re saving a full 75% off of the retail price. With 28 apps to choose from, picking out 12 good ones shouldn’t be too hard.

So what’s available?

Highlights include Parallels, MacGourmet, Forklift, HoudahGeo, TextExpander, Comic Book Lover, and much, much more.

Each app is categorized into one of five groups (productivity, web tools, image and video, system enhancements, and entertainment) and you can read up on each app before buying, including a star based rating system, and a bullet point feature list.

And if that’s not enough, part of the proceeds go towards planting trees to help out the environment, so you can probably get a write-off from the purchase of a Mac Mix if your tax guy is willing to be creative.

[Mac Mix]

…Web apps have been charted?

Web App Charts

There’s Flickr and Dopplr, YouTube and DropSend; Zoho, Digg, YMail and Gmail; Facebook, Pandora, Mint and Twitter; and last but not least, there’s Last.fm, (oh, and don’t forget, Remember the Milk!)

They’ve all become a part of our daily online lives, but web based applications are a relatively new thing, which means they’re still vying for top spot on your bookmark list.

Thus, Carsonified set out to find out which are the most popular and successful web apps through a straw poll of over 3,000 votes from all over the world.

Which one made top spot?

Click through to find out:

[Web App Charts]

…Some apps are essential to Mac blogging?

Essential Mac Apps

As a Mac based blogger, there are some apps that are almost essential to a smooth workflow.

Thus, Darren Rowse’s list of the 14 Essential Mac OSX Applications for Bloggers is a great start if you’re on your way to online fame, and though I’d also add NetNewsWire (especially now that it’s free), I think it’s hard to disagree with what he’s put together.

Care to add any others?

[ProBlogger – 14 Essential Mac OSX Applications For Bloggers]

…The MacUpdate Promo is steal?

MacUpdate PromoThe MacUpdate Promo is back, which means that you can again save a bundle on a bundle of Mac software.

Initial applications include Forklift, RapidWeaver, Swift Publisher, Marine Aquarium, Xslimmer, MemoryMiner and Yep for just $49.99, which is a savings of 79%.

Then, if and when 1,000, 2,400, and 5,000 people buy the bundle, XMIND Pro 2008, iStabilize, and PulpMotion are respectively unlocked, meaning you’ll pay just $49.99 for a $646.75 bundle. (A savings of over 92%!)

Can you afford to pass up this deal?

[MacUpdate Promo]