I’ve always been curious about running Windows-based applications on my Mac but was never willing to pay $80 or so to find out about it. So when Jim Hillier sent me an email about this Mac bundle (http://www.macsuperbundle.com/) offered by Nova Development, I couldn’t resist. Ten applications, valued at $471.76, for $49.00 with a 30-day money back guarantee – too good to pass up. The offer expires on February 7th.
Below is a brief summary of the bundle contents. I plan on reviewing these applications over the next few weeks so stay tuned.
Little Snapper for Mac ($39.99)
Mac App Store 4.5 out of 5 stars (77 ratings)
MacWorld Editor’s Choice
Digital scrapbook – snap, organize, edit and share screenshots and webpages. I actually used this app to capture the application images for this article. My first impression is that this is incredibly easy to use — very intuitive.
iStat Menus 3 ($16.00)
MacWorld rating – 5 mice
Quickly and easily see what is going on inside your Mac – CPU activity, disk activity, battery life, etc.
Flux 3 ($119.99)
HTML5 design tool to create web pages with WYSIWYG.
MacWorld rating – 4 out of 5 mice
Mac App Store rating – 4 out of 5 stars (11 ratings)
SyncMate Expert 3 ($39.95)
Sync your Mac with Android, Windows Mobile or Nokia devices, other Macs or Windows computers, iOS devices, iPod Nano, Google or Dropbox accounts and any mounted storage devices.
All images are from http://www.macsuperbundle.com/.
Ratings are from http://www.macworld.com/ and the Mac App Store.