List of Macintosh software Stories August 14, 2012

Deals: Learn To Code Video Bootcamp Bundle: $99, Mac Variety Bundle: $39

From 9to5Toys.com:

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The fine folks at Stack Social have another deal up their sleeve this week. For $99 you get Step by Step crash course videos on a variety of different programming tracks. Freebie courses are available to those who sign in early and they are even giving away an ‘iPhone 5’.   Courses offered include:

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StackSocial also offers the $39 Mini Bundle which includes:

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  • PDF Editor Pro ($100) – edit and enhance your PDFs with optical character recognition.
  • CrossOverXI ($40) – run Windows applications on your Intel Mac.
  • Invoice 3 ($40) – create and manage your invoices.
  • Fantashow ($50) – making your own movie has never been easier.
  • Logoist ($40) – create logos, title art, icons, banners, web site elements, greeting card headings and more.
  • iClip ($19) – get past the limitations of a single clipboard.
  • Speed Download 5 ($25) – speed up your download times so you can get your assets faster.
  • Watchmac ($20) – monitor your Mac for possible security infringements.

 

List of Macintosh software Stories August 8, 2012

Mac Software: Microsoft Office Student: $70, StoryMill: $25, Hulu Plus free for 2 months, CS6 $29.99/month, more

From 9to5Toys.com:

Best Buy offers Microsoft Office 2011 Student Teacher Edition for Mac for $69.99 with free shipping. That’s the lowest price we’ve seen on this Office suite (which doesn’t include Outlook).

Adobe offers $100 off for students on Creative Suite 6 applications using code BTS2012. This includes Adobe Lightroom for $79.99 and CS6 Master collection for $799.

For pros, Adobe offers CS6 Creative Cloud for $29.99/month for your first year of membership ($360 for the year or under $1/day). Offers end August 26th and 31st.

StackSocial offers downloads of the popular “Dreamweaver killer”  MacFlux 4 website building editor application for $44.  There is a huge list of great Mac software currently on sale at Stack Social here.

Get Hulu Plus free for two months. (offer only available to new subscribers – new email addresses).

For you authors out there, MacUpdate has StoryMill half off at $24.95 as a digital download. StoryMill is ideal for the aspiring novelist and described as:

List of Macintosh software Stories July 26, 2012

$50 iStack Mac Bundle ends today, includes SnagIt, Disk Drill Pro, Parallels, Paint Supreme, more

From 9to5Toys.com:

The iStack Mac Bundle from StackSocial includes over $730 worth of goods for just $49.99.  That’s over a 93% savings off MSRP…and it ends tonight! (They also have a pretty impressive “Creative Bundle” that is ongoing to check out)

What do they have on offer?

  • Awesome anchor app in Parallels Desktop 7
  • A $299 iOS App Development video tutorial for the first 5000 customers
  • Half of the apps never been in a bundle: SnagIt, Clarify, TextSoap, and Paint Supreme
  • They’re giving away a RETINA MACBOOK PRO for FREE to 1 lucky winner
  • They’re giving away the Breeze Mac app for FREE to everyone for a tweet
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Here are the full details on all 11 apps:

List of Macintosh software Stories June 23, 2012

iTuneUp Bundle for iTunes: $30, Toast 11: $50, Voila Screencapture tool: $15

From 9to5Toys.com:

StackSocial offers the $30 TuneUp Bundle which offers to “Cleanup your iTunes Music Collection. Automagically.” The TuneUp Bundle (Lifetime License) includes:

Clean — Accurately fixes mislabeled or missing song information (like “Track 01” or “Unknown Artist”) using cutting-edge waveform recognition

Cover Art — Scans your entire music collection in seconds and automagically™ fills in missing album artwork

DeDuper— Intelligently finds and removes duplicate music files from your music library using waveform recognition

Tuniverse — Delivers music videos, artist bios, concert alerts, social network integration and more

(Stacksocial also offers Toast 11 for $50 and Voila screencapture tool for $15)

List of Macintosh software Stories June 6, 2012

From 9to5Toys.com:

MacUpdate has one of the better bundles we’ve seen on a wide-ranging set of Mac software. If you are like us and getting a new MacBook next week, you can load it up with software: You are getting a solid deal with the Parallels 7 headliner ($30 off retail), but then you get some great apps up and down the lineup basically for free including:

1) Parallels Desktop 7 ($79.99) 2) BusyCal ($49.99) (first 10,000 bundles) 3) ScreenFlow 3 ($99.00) 4) Civilization V ($39.99) Gods & Kings expansion pack for just $20 5) Jaksta ($49.95) 6) Espionage 3 ($19.99) 7) Attachment Tamer 3 ($14.99) 8) Speed Download 5 ($25.00) 9) KeyCue 6 ($28) 10) A Better Finder Rename 9 ($19.95) 11) My Living Desktop 5 ($29.95)

The total value is $456.80 — MacUpdate is $49.99, as always.

Full release follows:

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