I don’t know why, but I’ve always been in love with software. I’m an addict, I admit it. I currently have 568 separate items sitting inside my Apps folder in OS X. When I find something I like, I hold onto it. I never know when I might need it again. Whether you’re addicted to software or not, I bet you love to save money on your programs. When I was approached about promoting Mac Bundle Box, I jumped at the chance.
While it’s not available just yet, but will be on August 1st. I’m sure you’ve heard of or bought other software bundles in the past. You can pick and choose a small amount of apps and save a load of money. That’s sort of what’s going on here. You’ll be able to get 15 programs, for only $49.95. They total over $300.00 in value. I know, I know. You want to see what’s in the list of apps!
- Dream Capture is a utility that connects to your webcam and allows you to record audio and video. It’s simple and straightforward, and easy to use.
- Headline is brand new. It’s a full-featured feed reader, with an ultra-minimal UI.
- Mac Pilot 3 is a utility that has it all when it comes to optimizing Mac OS X.
- iConquer is a great game. If you’ve ever played the game of Risk, you’ll love this. It has amazing graphics.
- Mahjong Forests is a favorite of mine. I love Mahjong, so I’m really looking forward to playing this.
- Shoebox Express is a solution for organizing all your photos by content.
- Caboodle is a way to collect random snippets of text or images on your machine. It’s a great way to organize chaos on your desktop.
- Narrator is a program that will read out stories in multiple voices. You can take a series of text, and choose a voice to read it all.
- WriteRoom is distraction-free writing. You can run this and do your work, while avoiding all the distractions on your computer.
- Scribbles is a simple drawing utility for the Mac that is easy to use.
- Money is an Accounting app for OS X. It has a great user experience and interface.
- Operation is an easy software choice to help you manage projects. It’s clean, and feels like a native app.
- Aurora is basically an alarm clock with a buttload of options.
- Compositor is bascially an image editor. It has many features comparable to PhotoShop.
- Sofa Control allows you to control your applications remotely.
I’m excited to have this sneak peek, and to make sure all of you are ready to save a bundle of money. If even one of these apps is something you want to buy, why not spend just a little extra to get all fifteen? Mac Bundle Box… keep an eye on it. It will go live at some point on August 1st, 2008.
What other bundles are there out there that I might want to take advantage of?
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