Saturday, December 4, 2010
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple Software (OS X)" @ 07:12 PM
"MacFriendly has released their new MacFriendly Bundle of 11 applications for Mac users. The Bundle is valued at over $500 and is available for a limited time for only $39.99, which represents a savings of over 90% off the list prices. The bundle includes 11 downloadable software applications, and the latest version of each application is included in the bundle."
I don't buy too many bundles, because I usually only find one or two programs that I'll use and it makes for financial sense for me to just buy what I'm going to use. But if you like to experiment and try new software out, these bundles make a lot of sense. You can't really argue that they aren't a good buy, $530.00 USD for a price of $39.99 USD is a heckuva discount, I just don't like installing and reinstalling if I'm not that sure I'll be using the program. The latest one is from MacFriendly and you can find out more about their bundle here. So, what are your thoughts, do you go for the bundles or prefer to cherry pick?