MacUpdate has started another software bundle deal. The software tracking site offers some pretty good deals packaging well known and lesser known titles. This time around ScreenFlow 3 is included along with Parallels Desktop 7 as the headliner apps. If you're looking to pick up a copy of either, the bundle is a deal with extras added on.
Parallels Desktop 7 ($79.99) - The top-selling virtualization software is simply the best way to run Windows and Linux apps alongside Mac OS X. Easily share devices and files between platforms with unmatched speed and convenience.
ScreenFlow 3 ($99.99) - This premier screencasting tool is the easiest way to bring presentations to life, or create stunning tutorials or product demo videos. By itself, it normally costs twice the price of our entire bundle!
BusyCal ($49.99) - Take calendaring to the next level with BusyCal, winner of Editor's Choice awards from both Macworld and MacLife magazines. BusyCal features simple data entry, a robust To-Do manager that forwards items until completion, can sync between multiple services and iOS devices, and so much more. It's an exclusive bonus only for early bundle buyers!
Civilization V ($39.99) - One of the best-selling Mac games of all-time, Civilization V challenges players in a turn-based format to lead a civilization through the tests of time. Use culture, science, diplomacy, and war to guide your people to victory against the computer or online multiplayer. Plus: bundle buyers get an exclusive 33% discount on the upcoming Gods & Kings expansion pack (only $20; normally $29.99).
Jaksta ($49.99) - Record virtually any audio or video stream from the Web, perfect for offline enjoyment or easy sharing. Jaksta can even convert the media files to iOS-friendly formats for on-the-go playback.
Espionage 3 ($19.99) - Easily encrypt and password protect individual files or folders on your Mac, ensuring your sensitive data stays safe from prying eyes, with the all-new Espionage 3.
Speed Download 5 ($25.00) - Boost your file transfers so they take full advantage of your Internet connection with this versatile download manager. Plus: pause, resume, or schedule transfers, with full FTP support.
Attachment Tamer 3 ($14.99) - This convenient add-on for Apple's Mail app gives you enhanced control over email attachments. Ensure recipients receive your attachments as intended and improve the management of the attachments you're sent.
KeyCue 6 ($28.00) - Learn and discover keyboard shortcuts the quick and easy way with KeyCue 6, the convenient utility for novices and pros alike looking to enhance their productivity.
A Better Finder Rename 9 ($19.95) - Batch rename dozens, hundreds, or thousands of files in just seconds with the best utility in its category. Rename music files based on their ID3 tags or perform an infinite number of other complex naming operations with ease.
My Living Desktop 5 ($29.95) - Turn your Mac's desktop picture into an awesome high-definition video. Choose from 28 built-in scenes, from rolling waves to the mountains, and don't miss the video screen savers, too. It even plays soothing ambient sounds and can remind you to take periodic breaks from your computing.
MacUpdate runs until June 20, 2012.
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