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Become a Mac power user with 9 apps for $29

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August 19, 2019
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It's no secret that Apple makes some amazing computers, but in order to justify their above average pricetag, you really need to outfit your machine with a few apps that take its capabilities to the next level. Rather than spend hours scouring through the Mac App Store, you can add nine top-tier apps to your Mac in one go and for pennies on the dollar with the Mighty Mac Bundle. It's on sale for only $29.99 today.

In total, this bundle includes nine Mac apps and a coding elearning bundle, all in the prusuit of helping you get the most out of your Mac. Some highlights include:

VPNSecure: Lifetime Subscription (worth $500)

While other VPNs restrict your bandwidth and even maintain logs on what you search, VPNSecure delivers next-level privacy features that are complemented by a strict no-logging policy and unlimited bandwidth, so you can surf at peak speeds while staying secure.

Folx Pro Download & Torrent Manager (worth $30)

If you're going to take your Mac online, chances are you're going to download some stuff. With Folx Pro, you can increase and control your download speeds, search for torrents, resume interrupted downloads automatically and much more so you can get a better grip on all of your downloaded content.

The Complete Web Developer Bundle (worth $990)

As a bonus, this course collection is the perfect stepping stone for those looking to add their own apps to their machine. With more than 150 hours of content, this 10-course bundle will walk you through the tools, skills and techniques you need to know to start creating your own Mac, iOS and even Android apps.

The Mighty Mac Bundle packs more than $1,800 worth of content, but you can get it all for a fraction of that price today, just $29.99.

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