March 15, 2011 in Promotions (E)
[prMac.com] Berkeley, California - MacEase Software is pleased to announce that TheMacBundles is offering Slink and Inpaint as its newest Weekly Specials. Toast 11 also is being offered at a promotional price. Further, the special $24.95 Utility Bundle has been extended to March 20th.
Slink is the easy and secure way for users to remotely connect to their home network. All shared services on the home network automatically appear in the Finder, iTunes, iPhoto, and other applications just as they do at home. Almost any service that uses Apple's Bonjour technology is magically made available from anywhere. Slink's advanced technology takes care of all the tricky network stuff.
Inpaint reconstructs the selected image area from the pixels near the selected area's boundary. Removing undesirable objects from still images, such as logos, watermarks, power lines, people, text, or other undesired artifacts is easy with Inpaint. There's no need to manually go through messing around with an old clone tool any more! Now usesrs can use Inpaint to easily remove those unexpected objects that end up spoiling an otherwise really nice photograph.
Until 3/20, the Slink Single User license is only $14.95 (USD) and the Slink Family Pack license is only $26.95 (USD) - a saving of 40%! Until 3/20, Inpaint is only $19.95 (USD) - a saving of 50%!
Toast 11 is being offered at a saving of up to 35%, depending upon the user's country of residence. The details are available on TheMacBundles' homepage.
Additionally, users can save hundreds of dollars by creating their own bundles in either of TheMacBundles' innovative BYOB (Build Your Own Bundle) stores or by ordering the March bundle. Ordering a Weekly Special when creating a bundle in either BYOB store, or when ordering the March Bundle, results in an additional discount off of the already bargain price of the bundle!
Additional details about Slink and Inpaint are available on TheMacBundles' website.
TheMacBundles has received widespread praise from journalists, Mac users, and software developers for its unique marketing model. When selling standalone titles, TheMacBundles:
* Eliminates the middlemen, which results in a better value for consumers and more revenue being provided to the developers that created the software
* Includes only the latest version of the titles that it sells
* Sells only titles that are premium quality software
* Provides only programs which include the same level of support and the same reduced price for upgrades that apply to users who paid the full retail price for the software
* Sells the titles at the lowest prices available anywhere
Further, users always get a 30-day money back satisfaction guarantee on the software that they order on TheMacBundles' website. To make it easy for users to stay informed about the latest special offerings, they can sign up on TheMacBundles' homepage for an opt-in mailing list or follow TheMacBundles on Twitter.
Steve Becker, the owner of MacEase and founder of TheMacBundles and ThePCBundles, has been developing freeware and shareware for the Macintosh since 1997. The software from MacEase specializes in collecting, saving, organizing, and printing information. The focus at MacEase is to develop software that extends the capabilities of the user's computer, improves workflow and productivity, and enhances the user experience.