Pay What You Want: Spring 2016 Mac Bundle

Pay What You Want: Spring 2016 Mac Bundle

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Grab a ton of premium Mac programs to increase productivity!

Flux 6 allows you to quickly and easily create the website of your dreams. Utilize theWYSIWYG editor to build stunning webpages without coding a line. Or if it’s your prerogative, open up the Code Editor to directly tweak your code or even write it from scratch. Versatile, intuitive, and powerful, Flux 6 is all you need to amp up your web design game.

  • Utilize a WYSIWYG engine to build web pages without coding
  • Drag & drop images, tweak sizes of different elements, adjust margins, etc.
  • Use the Code Editor to code from scratch or edit what’s already there
  • Work directly on the server copy of your site w/ support for FTP & SFTP
  • Easily craft websites w/ responsive designs

FoldersSynchronizer 4 gives you much-needed peace of mind, allowing you to sync and back up your Mac’s files, folders, and disks. With a wide array of features—including the ability to schedule sessions, define what should be synced or backed up, and much more—you’ll find it easier than ever to prevent the heartbreak of accidental data loss.

  • Synchronize & back up files, folders, and disks
  • Define up to 32 pairs of files, folders, or disks to back up or sync
  • Filter or exclude specific files
  • Schedule syncs & backups at your chosen dates, times, and intervals
  • Organize your sync & backup in several sessions, then save to a file for later use
  • Apply special options on each session: Timers, Multiple Folders, Filters, etc.

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