New Mac buyers get a free bundle of Apple's iLife apps, but until recently the bundle only installed on the new machine it was bundled with. With the Mac App Store, Apple now makes the bundle available for use on any Mac they own.
Starting with iOS 8, developers are now able to bundle and sell their applications together, allowing users to buy a number of apps at once from the App Store at a discounted rate. Read Post
Mac Bundles remain a solid way to save money on top Mac apps. The latest bundle from StackSocial demonstrates that well, as you name the price for 10 OS X apps including RapidWeaver and TuneUp. The apps highlighting this bundle are... Read Post