IGB Deals : Pick A Pack of Premium Programs (Mac Edition)

Create Your Own Spring Mac Bundle

Choose Any 10 Top-Rated Apps & Optimize Your Mac Experience How You See Fit

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Mac applications can streamline your work flow and make life a whole lot easier, however free programs generally pale in comparison to things that have a price tag attached. Luckily, you can get premium programs for an extremely low price with a special offer from IGB Deals. Whether you are designing digital documents, sharing files with friends or coworkers, or simply tidying up your system files, you can pick exactly what you need. Even photo/video professionals will be delighted with the offerings.

It’s no secret that the Apple Store offers a huge library of apps to help you get the most out of your Mac, but they don’t all come free. With this bundle, you can choose any 10 apps from a pre-selected collection of 34 premium, top-rated apps and get them all for a single low price. This way you’re not stuck with apps you’ll never use—get the apps you need, when you need them, and watch your Mac productivity soar.

  • Create more effective digital documents w/ Swift Publisher, Paperless & Mellel
  • Move data between Mac & Windows w/ NTFS for Mac
  • Master your photography & imaging w/ Tonality CK, Morph Age & PhotoStitcher
  • Manage more documents & windows w/ Camptune X & Commander One PRO
  • Improve your productivity & get organized w/ Focus, Records & HyperPlan
  • Clean up your computer w/ TidyUp & MacBooster 3
  • Share files easier w/ Deliver Express
  • View a network of live video content through Periscope Pro
  • Access even more apps (see Specs) performing a variety of premium functions!

Pick 10 premium Mac programs for one low price for a limited time over at IGB Deals!

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