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Name your price to access this Mac app bundle

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There’s a myriad of applications out there designed to make your Mac run faster, smarter, and stronger, but picking out the best ones can get tricky — and pricey to boot. Thankfully, the Pay What You Want: The World’s Biggest Mac App Bundle is here to simplify process by delivering 15 top apps for a price you get to choose.

Here’s how the bundle works: Just pay what you want, and you’ll instantly unlock two of the collection’s 15 apps. If you beat the average price paid, you’ll unlock the remaining 13 at no extra charge.

From photo editing software to data backup tools, this collection is packed with apps to help you get the most out of your Mac. You can mass edit photos using PhotoBulk, streamline your to-dos with Caboodle 2, and leverage the rest of the collection’s applications to improve your Mac’s capabilities.

Just pay what you want, and you can bring the entire 15-app bundle straight to your Mac.

Please note that all deals in the deal store are in US dollars. Additional shipping costs may apply for physical items.

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