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    December Bundle Deals
    Every now and then software developers will get together and offer their software in a bundle (that is, several applications sold all together) at a fantastic discount, to get their products better known and to spur sales. It's looking like this December is bringing a bunch of really amazing Mac software bundles, and a few great holiday deals.

    MacUpdate Bundle: 12 Mac apps for only $49.99 (a value of over $741 -
    Save 94%). Bundle ends December 21, 2011.
    https://www.mupromo.com/?ref=9464

    Get TechTool Pro 6, IconBox (first 15,000 customers only), FontPack Pro
    Master Collection, PostBox 3, TotalFinder, Labels & Addresses, Mac
    DVDRipper Pro 3, Back In Focus, NeverWinter Nights 2, Hear, iClip 5, and
    FoldersSynchronizer all for only $49.99.
    http://www.mupromo.com/?ref=9464

    Bundle Hunt just began their Holiday bundle. 6 Mac apps plus 6 design
    goodies all for only $49.99 (a value of over $1,100 - Save 95%). Bundle
    ends December 16, 2011.
    Get BannerZest Pro, PulpMotion Advanced, LittleSnitch, DEVONthink
    Personal, MacPilot, WPBundle Mini-Bundle, Whitespace Icon Set, DiskDrill
    Pro, Themify.me Themes on Developer License, GoMedia Arsenal Ultimate
    Vector Collection, SmashingMagazine 9 Ebooks and Creative Set, and Copy
    Hackers Ebooks all for $49.99.
    BundleHunt - The Greatest Design Treasure

    The MacLegion 2011 Winter bundle: 10 best selling Mac
    apps valued at over $480 for only $49.99 (Save 89%). Bundle ends
    December 13, 2011.
    Get MotionComposer, Nisus Writer Pro, PhotoStyler, Bellhop, Boom, Tidy
    Up!, Remote Buddy, MacGourmet Deluxe, Rubbernet, and AppDelete all for
    $49.99. The first 10,000
    customers also get MacScan (a $29.99 value).
    MacLegion Winter Bundle 2011: Home

    Parallels Desktop 7 for Mac is currently only $29.99 (MSRP: $79.99)
    $50 off, when you switch from VMware Fusion.
    The frustrated Fusion user
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    Thanks for the heads-up! That MacUpdate bundle is worth it just for TechTool Pro alone. Anyone who doesn't have TTP should jump on this pronto. A lot of those other apps in the bundle are also great.

    Please verify and include the exact model/year of your Mac and OS X version number (available from "About This Mac", then "More Info" on the Apple menu).
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    Quote Originally Posted by lifeisabeach View Post
    Thanks for the heads-up! That MacUpdate bundle is worth it just for TechTool Pro alone. Anyone who doesn't have TTP should jump on this pronto. A lot of those other apps in the bundle are also great.
    Well, if you liked those bundles, you will love this one! This is the best bundle deal that I've ever seen!

    Bundle of eight apps including Circus Ponies Notebook,
    Fantastical, Busycal, LaunchBar & Default Folder X.
    $39.99
    Productive Macs - Mac OS X productivity software bundle

    Every one of those apps is worth having!
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    Randy or others - The Circus Ponies in this bundle - can it be used on the ipad, or is it another format?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdunnett View Post
    Randy or others - The Circus Ponies in this bundle - can it be used on the ipad, or is it another format?
    The referenced bundle deal includes only the Macintosh version of Circus Ponies Notebook:
    NoteBook - Productive Macs bundle at Productive Macs

    You can get the iPad version of Circus Ponies Notebook for $30 from:
    Circus Ponies NoteBook for iPad - Take Great Notes
    Circus Ponies NoteBook for iPad on the iTunes App Store

    You can sync your notes between the iPad version of Circus Ponies Notebook and the Mac version using DropBox:
    Frequently Asked Questions
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    Thanks Randy, for the quick reply.

    Kellie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy B. Singer View Post

    Parallels Desktop 7 for Mac is currently only $29.99 (MSRP: $79.99)
    $50 off, when you switch from VMware Fusion.
    The frustrated Fusion user
    That site is absurd. VMWare Fusion 4 fully supports Lion - they must be talking about version 3. Very disingenuous.
    Liquid and computers don't mix. It might seem simple, but we see an incredible amount of people post here about spills. Keep drinks and other liquids away from your expensive electronics!

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    That site is absurd. VMWare Fusion 4 fully supports Lion - they must be talking about version 3. Very disingenuous.
    Version 3 of Fusion has no problem whatsoever with Lion. I use Fusion 3 to run XP Home from Lion. Runs just as well as it did from Snow Leopard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy B. Singer View Post
    Bundle of eight apps including Circus Ponies Notebook,
    Fantastical, Busycal, LaunchBar & Default Folder X.
    $39.99
    Productive Macs - Mac OS X productivity software bundle
    Every one of those apps is worth having!
    Thanks! I've been in the evaluation period with BusyCal, really like it, but was uneasy about the price. This tipped me right over the edge. Happy Holidays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demapples View Post
    Thanks! I've been in the evaluation period with BusyCal, really like it, but was uneasy about the price. This tipped me right over the edge. Happy Holidays.
    I don't use BusyCal myself, but many members of my Mac user group love it.

    Enjoy!
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