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Every so often, MacNN finds a deal that is too big or important to go into our usual deal lists, and is deserving enough to be highlighted in its own Big Deals post. If you haven't already picked up MacUpdate's Cyber Monday Bundle, you had better be quick, as this is a final warning that the deal of 11 great Mac apps for $55 is ending tonight.
Every so often, MacNN finds a deal that is too big or important to go into our usual deal lists, and is deserving enough to be highlighted in its own Big Deals post. It's been a week since Cyber Monday, but MacUpdate's Cyber Monday Bundle is still going strong, with a package of great apps for your Mac on sale for $55, representing a saving of 93 percent on the normal cost of the collection.
Every so often, MacNN finds a deal that is too big or important to go into our usual deal lists, and is deserving enough to be highlighted in its own Big Deals post. While it is a week after Thanksgiving and a few days after the ensuing sales, MacUpdate's Cyber Monday Bundle is still available to purchase, providing you with a pile of great apps for your Mac for the low price of $55.
Recent changes in selected downloads at aggregate file site MacUpdate.com have caused some consternation among long-time users, including some optional offers for other programs that appear while users are installing an update. Though the optional installs (including a SearchAssist browser toolbar and alleged "clean-up" program MacBooster) are marked with clear "skip" or "install" buttons, many of MacUpdate's users are concerned about the safety or usefulness of the offers. MacNN spoke with the founder of the site to get the story straight from the source.
If you want to add more apps to your Mac library, and haven't yet taken advantage of MacUpdate's Fall Bundle, you still have time. MacUpdate extended the sale of the bundle, which includes ten apps to help keep your Mac running smoothly and provide other functions, but now you have less than 48 hours to pick up the package for $50 before it officially ends.
If you want to get hold of a large number of apps to improve the way you use your Mac, time is running out on the MacUpdate Fall Bundle. The offer runs out tonight, which means there's only a few hours left to get hold of ten apps that can help you keep your Mac running smoothly and improve your workflow. Though one bonus app offer has ended, MacUpdate is also offering another bonus if you are quick enough to order the package.
If you want to get a lot of apps for your Mac cheaply, this is your reminder that the MacUpdate Fall Bundle is now available to purchase. This package of ten apps, which can help keep your Mac running smoothly as well as adding new features, is active for just three more days at its heavily discounted price of $50.
We've looked at DevonThink Pro before, and found it so powerful as to be a bit intimidating. For the rest of September 2015, though, the slimmed-down version DevonThink Personal 2.8.6 is included in a MacUpdate bundle. If there are any other apps you like in that bundle, this is the time to buy -- and if you're as intimidated as us, the personal one may be the one to get.
If you want to get a lot of apps for your Mac cheaply, this is your reminder that the MacUpdate Fall Bundle is now available to purchase. This package of ten apps, which can help keep your Mac running smoothly as well as adding new features, is active for just ten more days at its heavily discounted price of $50, and with most of the allocated bundles featuring a bonus app already sold, you might want to pick it up while you still have the chance.
Occasionally, MacNN discovers a deal that is a bit too important to go into the normal Daily Deals post, so we highlight it in its own post instead. The Big Deal this time is the Fall Bundle from MacUpdate, featuring ten apps that can help improve your Mac experience by fixing common issues, making it run smoother, and add new useful features, with the first 5,000 bundles sold also getting an extra bonus app on top, bringing the total to 11 apps.
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Microsoft has issued an update for the Mac version of its productivity suite, Office 2016. The v15.18 update offers improvements for all of the included apps, such as bringing full screen support to Outlook and allowing Word to save PDF files to flash drives. In addition, a new selection pane has been added to PowerPoint and Excel for keeping track of objects, and shapes can now be added to OneNote notebook pages. The update is free for all users, but requires a Mac running OS X 10.10 or later and a valid Microsoft Office 365 subscription. http://bit.ly/1Q7pAzW