Paddle just relaunched its Pick a Bundle, the so called Pick a Bundle 2.0 and offers you again 30 apps, out of which you can chose 10 for a price of just 49,99$.
The bundle will probably available until the 12th of july.
It’s a nice choice which is offered. If you already planned to buy at least 2 or 3 apps, then the bundle is a real bargain.
Here comes the short summary of the apps:
displays all the available shortcuts after pressing the command key.
On the Job (39,95$)
ist a time tracking tool.
offers a cloud storage solution for every application. It also includes 20GB cloud storage for one year.
lets you enrypt folders and files.
lets you rip your DVDs and exports them to your iPod, iPhone, iPad and Apple TV.
believie it or not, it is another rip tool. It’s up to you to decide which is the better one.
is a notepad for Richtext documents.
extends Apple’s finder with additional tabs.
is an app to procuce bills.
accelares the Launch of files or programs.
A Better Finder Rename (19,95$)
offers you a simple way to rename files via batch lists.
hides and protects files and folder with just one click.
lets you add tags to your email in order to spot mail easier.
is a tool for accelerating your typing speed.
makes sequences out of your pictures.
organises your desktop.
is a tool for document management.
DEVONsphere Express (9.95$)
detects similarities between different emails or web pages.
secures your Mac from unwanted access.
downloads videos and music from the internet for playback in iTunes.
Tidy Up 3 (39$)
finds duplicates files in order to clean your harddisk.
Magic Launch (19,95$)
is a tool for managing your app launches.
PopChar X (36,99$)
gets the best out of your fonts.
HDRtist Pro (29,99$)
creates HDR images out of your photos.
ABFA = A better finder attributes (14,95$)
lets you change the file creation daten.
is a tool for tracking files.
lets you create rules for answering and managing E-Mails.
Home Inventory (19,99$)
catalogs your home inventory.
motivates you for breaks while working on your Mac.
creates websites and PDFs out of your pictures and screenshots.