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The Name Your Own Price bundle is back

Victor Agreda Jr
January 24, 2014
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This is a pretty amazing bundle, and you can, sort of, name your own price. Here's how it works:

  • Users can pay any amount they want for four of the 11 apps in the bundle.
  • If they beat the average price paid, they get all 11 apps including (Snagit, Flux, Tunes Cleaner and Jump Desktop).
  • They can also gain a free entry to win a new iPad Air and 10% of sales will go to one of three charities.

And here's what's included in the bundle, along with the normal pricing. It's a pretty good deal, not to mention most of these apps are really worth it.

  • Snagit For Mac ($50) – The #1 rated Screen Capture tool for Mac
  • Flux 4 ($140) – Powerful Mac Web Design Made Easy
  • Jump Desktop ($30) – Connect and Directly Share With Any Computer in the World
  • MacX Video Converter Pro ($50) – Convert Any Video Format (including YouTube) for Playback Across All Apple Devices
  • Tunes Cleaner ($30) – Easily Delete Duplicate Songs & Revitalize Your iTunes Music Library
  • Boom For Mac ($7) – System-Wide Volume Booster (Staff Favorite)
  • Mariner Write ($50) – A Streamlined, Simple Editor for your Mac
  • CameraBag 2 ($20) – Ultimate Desktop Photo Editing
  • Chronicle 5 ($15) – Never Worry About Your Bills Again
  • Folx Pro ($20) – An Easier and Faster Way to Download Files & Torrents
  • Elite Keylogger Pro ($49) – The Undetectable Keystroke Logger for Mac
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