July 19, 2010 in Promotions (E)
[prMac.com] Corby, United Kingdom - VoteBundle, the new Mac software bundle that lets the user vote on apps that will appear in the final bundle has today launched for voting. With a selection of 20 apps to vote on users will narrow this down to a final 10 over a one week period. After the week is over, the following day a bundle of the 10 final apps will be made available for purchase.
Included below is a list of apps included for voting:
* CrossOver Mac Games - (rrp. $39.95)
* Simon - (rrp. $59.95)
* Involer (rrp. $34.99)
* BlogAssist (rrp. $19.95)
* Narrator (rrp. $24.00)
* Money (rrp. $39.95)
* Process (rrp. $39.00)
* Flux (rrp. $70.00)
* Chronicle (rrp. $30.00)
* Debtinator (rrp. $27.95)
* DVDRemaster (rrp. $39.99)
* Mac DVDRipper Pro (rrp. $9.95)
* Mac BlurayRipper Pro (rrp. $19.95)
* MemoryMiner (rrp. $40.00)
* YummySoup (rrp. $30.00)
* MacPilot (rrp. $19.95)
* TimeBoxed (rrp. $12.99)
* Speed Download (rrp. $25.00)
* Playback (rrp. $15.00)
* ShareTool (rrp. $15.00)
After a week of voting the list of 20 apps will be taken down to 10.
Pricing and Availability:
VoteBundle is available for voting now and will be for one week. The voting period will end on the 25th July and the bundle will be available for purchase on the 26th July. The bundle will then be available for two weeks and will be available at a yet to be disclosed price.
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.