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MacUpdate Promo Offers Seven Apps for $49

MacUpdate Promo Offers Seven Apps for $49

by , 3:35 PM EST, December 3rd, 2007

MacUpdate has partnered with Mac developers to offer seven applications valued at US$234.89 for just $49. If the sales mark reaches certain milestones, up to three additional apps will be added for free. The offer expires in eight days.

The first seven applications offered are: Forklift, RapidWeaver, Swift Publisher, Marine Aquarium, Xslimmer, MemoryMiner, and Yep.


When sales of the original bundle reach 1,000, XMIND 2008 will be added. At 2,400 iStabilize is added, and at 5,000 bundles, PulpMotion is added. As each milestone is reached, the corresponding app becomes free to the original purchasers. License registrations for the first seven apps will be available immediately after purchase.

An FAQ has also been published about the bundles offered by MacUpdate. The offer expires in eight days.

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