July 26, 2010 in Promotions (E)
[prMac.com] Corby, United Kingdom - VoteBundle, a Mac software bundle which aims to be democratic by allowing users to vote on apps, has today gone on sale after one week of voting. Over 40,000 Mac users cast more than 200,000 votes for what apps they would like to see in a discount bundle on VoteBundle.
10 were voted out over a weeks period, the remaining 10 applications are now available for purchase on the VoteBundle website. The 10 applications that made it into the bundle are as follows.
* ShareTool (RRP $25.00)
* MacPilot (RRP $19.95)
* Flux (RRP $70.00)
* Process (RRP $39.00)
* YummySoup! (RRP $30.00)
* MemoryMiner (RRP $40.00)
* Simon (RRP $59.95)
* CrossOver Mac Games (RRP $39.95)
* Speed Download (RRP $25.00)
* TimeBoxed (RRP $12.99)
A selection of 10 apps with a retail value of $361.84 available for just $39 USD. As The Next Web states in a recent feature of VoteBundle "the app choices are pretty great". 40,000 Mac users casting 200,000 votes can't be wrong, the applications have been chosen by the public, and are now available for the public.
Pricing and Availably:
The VoteBundle is available at $39.00 USD for two week from July 25th. Full trials of all the apps can be downloaded at the website.
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.