holiday mac bundle ending soon

Here is an offer you can’t refuse this holiday season. The folks at Bundle Hunt have put together their last deal of the year: the Holiday Mac Bundle, where you can pick any 10 out of 54 premium apps for $19.99 only. And you’d better hurry to check it out because this deal is ending soon!

The concept is pretty simple. Go over to Bundle Hunt’s website and browse through the list of 54 top-rated apps they have as part of the deal. Mix and match 10 of them, and pay one single price of $19.99 for all of them.

With 54 apps to choose from, you’ll have plenty of options to cover most of your needs, whether you’re looking for productivity, finance, creativity, photography, or more app categories.

If you’re looking for a little inspiration, here is a bundle I have created:

PDFConverter: Quickly and accurately convert PDF Files into editable documents on Mac.

Marked 2: Preview and improve your online writing on the fly.

Mac Data Recovery Guru: An easy-to-use Mac data recovery software.

MoneyWiz: Simplifies your financial life.

Waltr: The fastest way to convert MKV, AVI, MP4 video to iPhone & iPad.

Photo Size Optimizer: A powerful photo resizer and optimizer.

Disk Drill Pro: Data recovery and protection app.

Noiseless CK: The best-in-class noise reduction software.

Aurora HD: helps you make incredible HDR photos.

Super Eraser: Remove unwanted objects from photos.

Of course, you aren’t limited to just these apps as they are another 44 you can choose from.

At just $19.99 for the whole bundle, it comes down to less than two bucks per app. Not a bad deal, if you ask me. This offer ends in 11 days, so time is of the essence.

Create your own Holiday Mac Bundle now.

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  • Greg S

    I just bought my wife our first MacBook. Any of these worth purchasing?

    • JRDN

      Few of them are.. Like the mac cleaners. They do a decent job, and will help

    • They arent worth the money, even Handbreak is better the Waltr

      • Alex Wilson

        Inclined to agree! Seems like mostly 2nd rate apps. I’ve seen much better bundles.

  • askep3

    Waltr 1 or 2

    • Walter White. Err, I mean Waltr 1.

  • A *lot* of these seem to apps that haven’t been updated/improved in YEARS. Yeah, not going to waste any money/time finding out.

    (And how is there a comment from a month ago when the article was only published three days ago?)