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A few days ago, Charles pointed out the great FusionAds Holiday Bundle deal on software for your Mac. If web design isn’t your bag, here are a few other Mac software bundles available right now that you may be interested in checking out.

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A few days ago, Charles pointed out the great FusionAds Holiday Bundle deal on software for your Mac. If web design isn’t your bag, there are still a few other software bundles available right now you may be interested in checking out.

The following four bundles expire between Dec. 23 and Dec. 31. As tends to be the case with these bundles, there’s usually a standout app or two which make the bundle worth the price tag, then you get a handful of other stuff. The rest can be pretty hit or miss, but if you can get one or two great programs at less than retail, then anything else is just gravy. The best part is, if you or someone you know is new to Mac and could use some great software, bundle deals like these are a terrific place to start!

Titles in bold italics highlight some of the apps that really make the bundles worth the cash.

MacPromo.com
10 OS X Apps for $49.99
Ends Dec. 31

  • TypeIt4Me
  • Personal Anstispam
  • PathFinder
  • MacFreelance
  • Folx Pro
  • DragThing
  • Keyboard Maestro
  • CuteClips
  • Name Mangler
  • Personal Backup
  • First 5000 buyers also get Star Wars: Empire at War

Indie Mac Gift pack
6 OS X Apps for $60
Ends Dec. 31

  • Delicious Library 2
  • Acorn 2
  • MarsEdit 3
  • Radioshift
  • SousChef
  • Sound Studio 4

Humble Indie Bundle
5 OS X Games (playable on Steam) for… well, you actually get to set your price!
Ends Dec. 25

  • Braid
  • Cortex Command
  • Machinarium
  • Osmos
  • Revenge of the Titans

MUPromo Bundle
11 Mac Apps for $49.99
Ends Dec. 23

  • 1Password
  • MacFamilyTree
  • DEVONthink
  • Flux
  • Default Folder X
  • Art Text + Fonts
  • Swift Publisher
  • Chronories
  • Interarchy
  • Typinator
  • WhatSize
  • Tweet the Bundle, and get Process free
  • Sign up for the newsletter, and get Image Tricks Pro free

For this writer’s money, the MacPromo and the MUPromo bundles seem to have the best line-ups. They include what are widely known as some of the more popular programs for the OS X platform — with the likes of Pathfinder, DragThing, 1Password, and Default Folder X to name just a few. However you want to slice it, these bundles represent some good deals, but they’re as fleeting as the Christmas season, so act quick if you’re interested.

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