July 15, 2010 in Announcements (E)
[prMac.com] Corby, United Kingdom - Beginning Monday 19th July 2010 'VoteBundle' will launch. A project by Mac Bundle Box, VoteBundle aims to bring an element of social voting and suggestion, much like Digg and Reddit have for the web, to the bundle scene. Users will be able to vote from a selection of applications over a one week period which they would like to see in a bundle, the day after the one week voting period ends the apps which had the most votes will be placed into a bundle and placed on sale.
"We want to bring an element of democracy to the Mac bundle world. The internet is becoming more social, we're just moving with it." said Christian Owens, Director at Mac Bundle Box.
Starting Monday 19th July 2010 at Midnight (GMT) a list of apps will be presented on VoteBundle.com, users can then cast their votes on these apps, each person is entitled to one vote per app, they can vote the app up or down and a simple points system will be in place to determine the most and least popular apps.
Pricing and Availability:
The voting period will begin on Monday 19th July 2010 and will last for 1 week, it will end on Sunday 25th July 2010. The sale of the most popular apps from the voting period will then begin on Monday 26th July 2010. The bundle will then be on sale for two weeks. The price of the bundle will be disclosed when it launches on Monday 26th July 2010.
Mac Bundle Box was founded by Christian Owens in early 2008. Mac Bundle Box aims to provide the best Mac applications on the market at the lowest possible prices. Christian Owens has much experience in the web and application industries, working with popular social networks and other web professionals such as Chris Pirillo.