September 14, 2010 in Promotions (F)
[prMac.com] London, United Kingdom - MacBasket today announced a new alternative to the Macintosh software bundle. MacBasket aims to provide the best Mac applications available now, by ensuring that the relevant apps reach the relevant consumers. At a price of $49 (USD) per bundle with bundles being tailored to specific user groups, customer satisfaction is the primary goal.
In addition to the unique approach that MacBasket is undertaking, the core values of the company are still maintained. These values are highlighted in the assurance that developers are fairly recompensed, and by aiming to be socially responsible; 10% of any profits will go towards MacBasket's nominated charities.
Despite the increase in the Mac Bundle Sales market, there are still key elements that negatively affect consumers. The main deficiencies in the widely available mac bundle promotions are threefold:
* In other bundles, consumers can never get a satisfactory number of useful apps out of those available.
* Even with the option of voting for apps, the voting pool never seems to contain apps that compliment each other well.
* The most popular apps available worldwide, rarely dominate in bundles.
MacBasket aims to eliminate these shortfalls by providing targeted apps to a specific field or market. This is achieved by having three different portals to access three sets of bundles, which will be packaged with relevant apps. These three bundles will be for the following fields:
* Average Mac User
On the MacBasket website there is a choice to register an interest for a specific Bundle Category. In the near future more categories will be added as MacBasket continues to increase it's global reach. Starting Monday October 1 2010, MacBasket will make this offer available for a 14-day period only. So register your interest today.
MacBasket was founded by Niki Okala and Lawrence Suss in 2010. MacBasket aims to provide the best Mac applications specifically chosen for a certain category, at the lowest possible prices. Niki and Lawrence have great experience in the web and application industries and have both launched successful online businesses. Copyright (C) 2010 MacBasket. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.