Big deals over at BundleHunt

Several months ago I discovered BundleHunt and have bought several bundles of software from them. For this month they have a great selection that should interest Mac owners.

Two programs I would highly recommend off the bat are TypeIt4Me and Downie 3. Each one is listed for under $4, down from the regular price of $20.

TypeIt4Me is a tool I use every day for code snippets and text expansion. So far it has saved me hundreds of hours. It’s worth every penny at $20, it’s an absolute steal at $3.

Downie is another tool I use all the time. I use it to grab tutorial videos from Udemy and YouTube. At times, our Internet connection can be terrible, so being able to have a local copy of training material is a huge win. Again, it’s another tool that’s worth every penny at $20, but is a steal at $3.5.

Other tools to consider are DriveDX, Mosaic Pro, Project Office and Luminar 2018. These are tools I have been looking for, but to be honest, it’s an excellent selection of tools for sale and well worth checking out. I inevitably pick up 5 or 6 tools from each bundle. I’m quite keen to learn more about Project Office.

These bundles are limited time offers. Have a look and pick up great deals.

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