Good news Mac owners, StackSocial is running another one of its popular “name your own price” software promotions. There are 9 apps in the bundle, and 1 instructional course, which combined normally sell for $543. But, as the headline suggests, you can literally name your own price.
What’s the catch? The deal site keeps a running average of what people are paying for the package, which is currently at $4.51. Pay below the average price, and you’ll only get 3 of the applications mentioned below, but pay equal to or above the average price, and you’ll get the entire package.
Here’s a breakdown of everything included in the bundle:
- Typinator — the program that “types” frequently-used text for you
- Hotspot Shield VPN (1-year elite subscription) — protect your privacy: surf anonymously, unblock websites, & hide your IP address
- Starry Night Enthusiast 7 — turn your computer into a virtual universe
- Intensify Pro — the image enhancer for photographers of all levels
- Spotdox (3-year subscription) — get access to all your files, on any device, anywhere
- Data Backup 3 — easy, powerful, & flexible backups
- Paperless — create a searchable database for scanned-in notes, documents, taxes, business cards, and more
- MacJournal 6 — multimedia journal for the 21st century
- Pixa — an invaluable image management & sharing app
- The Must-Have Mac App Tutorial — learn to navigate the ins-and-outs of your new apps
Again, if you pay less than the average price, you’ll only receive 3 apps: Paperless, Data Backup 3, and Pixa. And since you have to pay a minimum of $1 (if everyone paid $0.01 for the 3 apps, developers wouldn’t make any money) paying $4 more to get the other 6 apps seems like a no-brainer.
All of the software becomes available for digital download immediately after your payment is received, and include the same support as their standalone counterparts. It’s worth noting that StackSocial has partnered with charities, and will donate 10% of your purchase to 1 of 3 organizations.
If you’d like to pick up the Must-Have Mac software bundle, or just want to learn more, click here.