November 27, 2010 in Promotions (E)
[prMac.com] Milan, Italy - The MacBundlePro Company was born from the idea of substituting MacHeist, a then leader in the promotion of bundle applications for Mac systems, and to offer a wider range of opportunities to its clients. MacBundlePro is now presenting its latest bundle: NanoBundle2 which contains 6 applications plus a bonus for Mac systems. This is a sizeable bundle, accessible to all users, at a bargain price of less than $10.00. The MacBundlePro team added a bonus application as a tangible apology for our delay in the launch of the NanoBundle2.
Today, a few days ahead of the official launch of NanoBundle2, we will unveil four of the applications included: AirRadar2, MacHider, TranslateIt, and InPaint.
MacHider is an innovative product intended to put out of sight your confidential information from third parties or other unwanted eyes.
The multilingual dictionary that allows you to look up words on the fly.
Inpaint is so easy to use. Simply paint and fill the object you want to remove from your picture, then press the Smart Remove Selection arrow button.
As our clients know MacHider was developed by the well regarded MacPaw Company that also developed the CleanMyMac application. This is an application that has seen great success in the last few years. Air Radar2 was developed by the Koingo Software Company and allows scanning of wireless networks in an easier and more personalized way.
The MacBundlePro team put together the NanoBundle2 keeping in mind the requests and suggestions offered by our clients. We added a chat forum and so client support is immediately available. At MacBundlePro we value our clients and their satisfaction is paramount.
Mac Bundle Pro was founded by WayStrategy Co. Mac Bundle Pro aims to provide the best Mac applications on the market at the lowest possible prices. WayStrategy Co. has much experience in the web and application industries, working with popular social networks. Copyright (C) 2010 WayStrategy Co. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.