It seems like every week a hot new Mac app bundle launches. Despite the recent release of the Mac App Store developers are pushing bundles, exactly because they are so popular and they get users such good deal on software they might not have used in the past. So, OS X fans, ready for another bundle?
The Supercharge OS X bundle (Mac Month Bundle 1 of 4) includes 4 pieces of software for a reasonable $14. The best part is that buyers will save $41 off the retailing pricing. The bundle includes:
- Cinch: A window management system designed to optimize space ($7 retail)
- TotalFinder: Adds tabs to OS X’s Finder ($15 retail)
- SpeedDownload: A download manager ($25 retail)
- Breeze: A session manager for your windows ($8)
Those looks like four pretty solid apps. I have to admit that none of them are on my system at the moment, but they seem useful enough. And considering that two of them individually cost more than the price of the complete bundle, you can’t really go too wrong now can you?
By the way, none of these apps are available through the Mac App Store, so bundles like this one remain the best way to pick them up.
Anyone out there use those apps? Do you recommend them? While we are on the subject got other apps you’d recommend people try out?
You can get the bundle from App Sumo.
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