Thursday, March 17, 2011
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple Software (OS X)" @ 08:57 AM
"The Mac App Store might be getting all the publicity-and Apple's love-these days, but independent developers still have other ways of getting their products in front of the public: the software bundle, for example. And right now, Mac users have three bundles to choose from, offering a combined 29 apps for less than $140."
I can usually get one or two programs out of these bundles that I can use, and this time is no exception with Debtinator and Chronicle. I like MacBundles because if I don't want all ten of these items I can build my own using just five of them, or make my own ten bundle deal using the current ones plus some other options. But this isn't the only bundle out there as you can also get some deals with the MacUpdate Bundle and the Mac SuperBundle. These deals are expiring this and next month so check them out so you don't miss the deals.