Matthew Panzarino was Managing Editor at TNW. He's no longer with the company, but you can follow him on Twitter. Matthew Panzarino was Managing Editor at TNW. He's no longer with the company, but you can follow him on Twitter.
This morning MacLegion announced it’s Spring Bundle 2011, a collection of software that would run you in excess of $580 separately, offered at the single price of $49.99. There’s some great offerings here that almost anyone should find tempting.
The included apps are Data Rescue, ScreenFlow, Contactizer Pro, Virus Barrier, Forklift, LaunchBar, Amadeus Pro Radio Gaga, Printopia and MacPilot. As a bonus, the first 9000 customers to purchase the bundle also get HDRtist Pro.
Many of these apps are useful in one fashion or another but some of them are downright must-have software in their category. ScreenFlow for example is one of my favorite screencasting apps and Data Rescue is a really solid data recovery suite.
There are some other industry darlings in the bundle as well like the well-recieved printing manager Printopia and the contact manager Contactizer. If you were in the market for any of these apps individually, you’d do well to consider this bundle as an alternative and a way to get far more than you bargained for.
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