The $10 Bundle – 7 Mac Apps inlcuding iTeleport
Edmond, Oklahoma – Two Dollar Tuesday today launched The $10 Bundle, a low cost bundle of 7 highly rated apps. The apps include:
iTeleport (regularly $29.99): iTeleport allows users to remotely connect and control a remote computer running Mac OS, Windows, or Linux. It supports VNC and RDP, as well as SSH encryption and Wake-on-LAN to wake computers from sleep. iTeleport is super simple to set up, and can be configured in seconds. iTeleport has been featured by the Wall Street Journal, All Things D and many more.
A Better Finder Rename (regularly $19.99): A Better Finder Rename is an advanced file renaming utility. With features like instant preview, it takes the guesswork out of batch renaming files. It includes special renaming features for digital photographers and music lovers.
Animix (regularly $19.99): Animix provides a unique way to add life to photos. It allows users to add animated weather effects, animate weather surfaces, create lens flares and set up camera movement. The results can be exported as quicktime videos.
Chronicle (regularly $14.99): Chronicle is a complete bill management and reminder system. It reminds users of upcoming bills via notification center and its companion iOS app. When it is time to pay, Chronicle helps users make payments via its integrated browser.
Focus (regularly $14.99): Focus allows users to create lens blur and tilt shift effects in their photos. Users can preview the result immediately. Focus also includes other tools, like face recognition, which allows the app to automatically find the face in a portrait, and focus on it, blurring other areas.
AppDelete (regularly $7.99): AppDelete is an uninstaller for Macs that can remove applications, widgets, preference panes, plugins and screensavers. Without AppDelete, deleted apps leave behind lots of files, taking up space. AppDelete is fast, finding and uninstalling app files in a few seconds.
Deal Alert (bonus app – regularly $1.99): DealAlert notifies users when apps or items they want go on sale on popular discount sites. Mac Apps from MacUpdate, Two Dollar Tuesday are tracked, as are discount sites like Woot and 1SaleADay. Users can enter apps or items they want, and DealAlert will notify them when the item goes on sale.
All applications purchased through The $10 Bundle are the same as versions purchased from the developers directly, and include the same upgrade policy. The apps regularly sell for $109.99, but are available for the next two weeks for $9.99, a savings of $100.
In association with the bundle, Two Dollar Tuesday is also hosting an iPad mini giveaway. Everyone who purchases is automatically entered in the giveaway, and the giveaway can also be entered without purchase at the Two Dollar Tuesday site.
Two Dollar Tuesday was founded in 2012 in order to connect people with independent Mac App developers. Copyright (c) 2013 Two Dollar Tuesday. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.
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