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MacUpdate summer bundle offers $456 in software for $50

updated 02:41 am EDT, Tue June 12, 2012

Includes Parallels Desktop 7, Civ V, ScreenFlow 3, and more

The latest MacUpdate bundle is underway. Until June 20, Macintosh users can purchase the regular retail versions of 11 applications and games worth $456.80 for the regular bundle price of $50. The bundle includes two applications normally priced higher than the bundle itself -- virtualization solution Parallels Desktop 7 with a normal retail price of $80, and screen recording tool ScreenFlow 3 normally priced at $99.

The other bundles in the title include strategy game Civilization V ($40), streaming media recorder Jaksta ($50), file password protector Espionage 3 ($20), email cleaner Attachment Tamer 3 ($15), Speed Download 5 ($25), shortcut display utility KeyCue 6 ($28), bulk file name-changer A Better Finder Rename 9 ($20), and video desktop and screensaver utility My Living Desktop 5 ($30). As a special bonus, bundle buyers will be able to purchase the Civilization V upcoming expansion Gods and Kings for a $10 discount at $20 on June 19.

The first 20,000 buyers will receive scheduler BusyCal (MSRP $50). Users who help spread the word get the Mac locking tool RedHand ($5) for free, with no obligation to purchase the rest of the bundle. The bundle promotion runs through 11:59 PM EST on June 20.



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