Macheist Nano Bundle 4 - $369 worth of Mac apps for around £12.52
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Macheist Nano Bundle 4 - $369 worth of Mac apps for around £12.52

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Found 7th Jan 2014
Just launched is Mac Heist's latest Nano Bundle 4 - $369 of Mac software for around £12.52. I realise this isn't for everyone, but not a bad selection for the price. Here's the blurb from their website:

Discover amazing new software, and support independent Mac developers, all while making the world a better place. MacHeist has put together a brand new nanoBundle with an incredible value!

Feel free to explore the bundle by clicking on the icons above to find out more about each app. All this can be yours, instantly, for over 95% off.

We donate 10% to the charity of your choice!
MacHeist is donating 10% of each bundle purchase to a partnering charity of the customer's choice. To date, MacHeist customers have raised over $2,000,000 for charitable efforts around the world.

Titles include:

Mac DVDRipper Pro
Intensify Pro
Swift Publisher
Hype
Chocolat
LaunchBar
LIMBO
djay
PaintCode

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Paid full price for djay, excellent piece of software if you're into that sort of thing and worth more than the asking price of this bundle on it's own, hot from me
Anyone used dvdripperpro?
I'll grab that for DVDRipper Pro alone
Already have djay, but it's not actually available with the bundle yet, has to reach 10K bundles sold before that and the PaintCode one, it doesn't say when that will be available
Adding it to my reminders to buy in a few days
stuart07970

Anyone used dvdripperpro?

not this version
had an older version (which must have been incompatible for a mac upgrade or I'd have it now) and it worked well, this new version looks rather cool
Despite some software awaiting to be unlocked, previous Mac Heist bundles have ALWAYS unlocked all their software before the time runs out.
I bought the bundle for Hype, Swift publisher and Intensify Pro. It's also worth noting that Swift Publisher comes bundled with 41,000 images and 100 fonts. A bonus, I guess!
Indeed all the times all the apps will be unlocked. I remember once they even added new apps towards the end of the period.
I haven't seem these bundles before. So thanks. I was looking DJ anyway. Had it ages ago on an old mac and fancied it again.

I have read reasonably good things about Hype as well.
Limbo's great, and if you do any web development (eg. Rails) then Chocolat is an amazing text editor (the natural replacement for TextMate). That on its own makes it worth getting the bundle.
Just about to buy Intensify Pro anyway so this was spot on for me. If I use the rest for a few hours thats a bonus.

Nice deal.
Would it be best to wait until closer to the deadline for this deal? Do further apps get added as time goes on? I dont want to buy it now to find that closer to the date I would get additional apps. Thanks
titch32

Would it be best to wait until closer to the deadline for this deal? Do … Would it be best to wait until closer to the deadline for this deal? Do further apps get added as time goes on? I dont want to buy it now to find that closer to the date I would get additional apps. Thanks



You will get the additional apps if they decide to add it later even if you to buy now...
I brought it and am very happy with it as is. Not sure if any additional apps get added, but can't remember.

My assumption is that one or possibly two apps will get used by ne, most will not, still worth buying for me. $20 is not the end of the world. Of course your milage may vary
Wish this was Steam codes, I get this for later when I sort out Hackintosh later this year. I suppose I could still get it anyway, just like most stuff on Steam.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 13th Jan 2014
stuart07970

Anyone used dvdripperpro?

It's not a bad app, but, at least to my mind, no DVD Ripping app beats Ripit! (http://thelittleappfactory.com/ripit/)
Expect cold votes from widows users
Intensify Pro looks good for casual editing. Tempted to go for one first mac bundle deal after seeing countless ones posted in the past.
Looks good, thank you.
JJMPSP

Expect cold votes from widows users



People are using Widows? Surely they've been through enough. Is that why they all look sad on top of lighthouses?
JJMPSP

Expect cold votes from widows users



I'm a Windows user and I voted hot...
JJMPSP

Expect cold votes from widows users



Why? This seems like a good deal, I don't have to own a mac to know this is good software.
Is there any standout software in this lot?
I use Intensify Pro and think its good APART from the fact it appears to phone home every time it starts up. Not a problem when I'm n line, but when I'm putting photos together for the kids birthday party and I'm on the Eurostar, a bloody pain in the ****. I also think Limbo is utterly brilliant as a game. Simple, easy and rather scary
Even though this is a US site will the software work on a mac/macbook bought in the UK?
can anyone comment of Djay vs. Virtual DJ home? the latter is free and the first review on the Mac App store is form a buyer complaining that, although he was happy with the Djay software he paid for, had he discovered VDH in time, he would have opted for that - apparently superior - free software instead.
SneezyCharmed

Even though this is a US site will the software work on a mac/macbook … Even though this is a US site will the software work on a mac/macbook bought in the UK?



Yes. I brought it and it worked with zero issues. Some good stuff in here.
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