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Save an extra 60% on this discounted bundle of essential Mac apps, featuring Parallels Desktop.
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There's a myriad of apps floating around the Mac App Store, but only a handful are actually worth your time and storage space. Amongst the clutter of indie games and wallpaper apps, there are some tools your Mac really can't do without, chief among them being Parallels Desktop.

Giving your Mac the power to run thousands of Windows apps without sacrificing performance, Parallels can dramatically expand what your Mac is capable of. It's optimized for the latest Windows 10 updates as well as macOS Catalina (10.15) and lets you transfer data from your PC to your Mac seamlessly.

Perhaps, one of the biggest breakthroughs Parallels Desktop brings to the table is how it supports DirectX 11 via Apple Metal, meaning you can play resource hungry Windows games on your Apple machine.

Parallels on its own would cost you $80, but you can get it, as well as 12 other essential Mac apps, for only $36 this Cyber Monday with The 2020 Limited Edition Mac Bundle.

This collection sports nearly $1,300 worth of top-tier Mac apps, like PDF Expert, Aurora HDR, and iMazing 2, at a bedrock price this Cyber Monday. It's on sale for $60, but you can bring that cost down to only $36 when you use the CMSAVE40 code at checkout.

Prices are subject to change.

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