DT Deals: Name on your price on a bundle of Mac goodies

DT Deals name your own price mac bundle 2.0

Here we go again, readers. If you’re looking to spice up your Mac computers with some useful apps, you can claim $400’s worth of apps in a price you’re comfortable with. Today’s DT Deals offers ten apps to help improve your Mac’s functionalities – from video recording and screencaping to photo editors to hard drive cleaners – all for whatever you want to pay. Everybody wins.

Proceeds go to one of three charities, so that’s a small incentive to pay a tad more, if you’ve got the means. If you beat the leaderboard for being the kindest donator we’ve come across, you’ll also be featured as one of the top nine contributors. If you’re on the board, you’ll be entered to win a Macbook Air. No pressure, of course. Do what makes you happy.


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