NTFS Stories May 16, 2016

Mac Software Bundle: Pick any 10 of 50 solid apps +$22 credit for $22

From 9to5toys.com:

Bundlehunt offers any 10 out of a choice of 50 Mac Apps for a total price of $22 bucks. Even better, Bundlehunt gives you $22 to spend at $5.50 increments over the next year making the bundle somewhat ‘free’.

There are a significant amount of notable apps from a wide variety of categories, many of them which retail above the $22 asking price alone, including:


Swift Publisher

Versatile desktop publishing app with many templates.


Paragon – NTFS for Mac 14


Paragon – Camptune X

Resize Mac’s Boot Camp volume with ease.


Tonality CK

Professional-grade monochrome image editor.


Commander One PRO

Dual-pane file manager



Block distracting websites and apps.


Intensify CK

Create clarity and intensity in your photos.



Web site and server management.


Morph Age

Morph faces, warp images.



Digital documents manager.




Deliver Express -Standard

Automated file delivery with hot folder processing (up to 50 destinations)



A full-featured and powerful personal database app for the Mac



Simple Visual Planning, Scheduling and Tracking Software


MacBooster 3

Maintains and optimizes your system (release candidate).



The word processor for scholars, writers, and long document writing.



Watch your home, kids, and pets from anywhere!


Total Video Player Pro

Video player with extended functionality.



Create panoramic images from your photos.


YummyFTP Watcher

Automated FTP/S + SFTP + WebDAV/S client.


Elmedia Player PRO

Multi-format media player, Pro version available.



Empower drag-and-drop on your Mac.


Lab.Fone for Android

Recover deleted data from Android devices.



Novel-writing software.


Super PhotoCut

Separate photo foreground from background.


Quick Print

Print selected Finder items without opening native applications.


Contact Page Pro

Create contact sheets of pictures with captions.



Duplicate image finder


Pixelstyle Photo Editor

Design alternative to PhotoShop.




Android Assistant

Backup and Manage Android data on Mac.


Smart Trash

Enhances Mac OS X Trash functions.



Mirror your iOS devices on your Mac.


Mobile Transfer

Transfer all data from one mobile phone to another


Image Smith

Process ton of images all at once.


PDF Encrypter

Encrypt any PDF file with the user or owner password


Data Recovery for Mac

Find back all your lost data from Mac and various external disk easily.


Data Recovery for iPhone iPad iPod

An all-in-one tool to help Mac users recover lost or deleted data from iDevices quickly.


NTFS Stories July 3, 2011

Update: October 26th: Seagate just released a firmware update

The Post PC age is upon us and we’ve now got new iOS devices in all shapes and sizes in our homes.  But getting and sharing media to all of these many devices starts to become a chore, especially when on the go.  One solution is moving media into an Internet-connected NAS or the (i)Cloud.

Unfortunately, pulling that data down to your iDevice when you are on the go, especially high quality video, can be an expensive burden on your wireless data plan.  Just a few movies can put you over your monthly data limit.  And that’s where you have a speedy Internet connection that can handle a full screen movie.  And what do you do when there is no signal (camping?) at all?

Seagate thinks they have a solution to this problem with their new $200 Goflex Satellite 500GB hard drive.  Read on for the full review:

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