Package of 10 Mac Apps ($151.00 value) for FREE!


StackSocial is currently giving away a package of 10 apps for Mac, total value $151.00… offer ends 12 days from the date of this article.

stacksocial mac apps

  • WebDesign – Build & Design Powerful Websites with this Intuitive Mac App
  • ButtonDesign For Mac – Easily Design & Create Professional Buttons for Your Website
  • Shine – Enhance Your Photos With Hyper-Realistic Effects
  • Quick Resizer – Fastest & Simplest Way To Resize Your Images
  • Signature Maker – Create Your Own Digital Signature With Ease
  • PDF Converter Master – 4-in-1 PDF Converter That Converts PDF Files To Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Images & Text
  • SketchMee – Jaw-Dropping Art In Seconds
  • PaintMee – Turn Your Pictures Into Works Of Art
  • Photo Dazzle – Beautify Your Pictures
  • Icons Express – Preview iOS, Android, & Custom Sized Icons

You can read more information about each app and take advantage of this offer here: https://stacksocial.com/sales/the-mac-freebie-bundle-2-0

stacksocial giveaway

**NOTE: You will need to either create a StackSocial account or you can log in with Facebook.

IMPORTANT UPDATE:

Since publishing this article I have come across another very similar offer on a different site (Cult of Mac Freebie Games Bundle) but sharing the identical IP address and utilizing the exact same system of prerequisites. So, I decided to check it out further and as a result I have some doubts regarding this offer… and others which are along similar lines.

If you choose to log in with Facebook, note the warning regarding what information will be passed on to StackSocial. I would have serious reservations about allowing this type of information to be passed on.

stacksocial FB log-in

If you create a StackSocial account, all you need to supply is your name and email address but, regardless of which method you use, you will then be required to ‘share’ via Facebook, Twitter, or Google+. This requirement is not mentioned anywhere beforehand.

Personally, I’d be wary of this and any similar offers. In the end though, it’s up to each individual to make his or her own decision.

About the Author

Jim Hillier

Jim is the resident freeware aficionado at DCT. A computer veteran with 30+ years experience who first started writing about computers and tech back in the days when freeware was actually free. His first computer was a TRS-80 in the 1980s, he progressed through the Commodore series of computers before moving to PCs in the 1990s. Now retired (aka an old geezer), Jim retains his passion for all things tech and still enjoys building and repairing computers for a select clientele... as well as writing for DCT, of course.

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