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MacUpdate Promo Bundle 2010: 12 Mac apps for $50

Sep 8 2010, 10:33am CDT | by

MacUpdate Promo Bundle 2010: 12 Mac apps for $50
 
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MacUpdate offers downloads of its MacUpdate September 2010 10-Application Bundle for $49.99. Plus, the first 10,000 buyers receive two extra apps for free. Together, that's a savings of $393 compared to paying the list price for each program and the biggest MacUpdate bundle we've since since the holidays. Deal ends September 22. The 12 included apps are:


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