CrossOver, Paperless, Gemini and 6 more apps in Productive Macs bundle

[] Ashdod, Israel – Following a wide success of previous Productive Macs bundles, which proved to be a great value for thousands of Mac users, Apparent Software has launched the next bundle on June 3rd. Unlike most Mac bundles that lack focus, Productive Macs bundle is focused on productivity: it contains 9 premium productivity applications, available just for $29.99 – at an 88% discount from their original price! Many of the included applications are among the best in their class and are widely known throughout the Mac user community:

* Crossover – Easily run Windows applications on your Mac
* Paperless – A paper free life, all from your Mac.
* ArtText – Where Text becomes an Art
* Chronicle – Pay bills? You need Chronicle!
* A Better Finder Rename – The Ultimate File Renamer
* Espionage – Mac Security Evolved
* Gemini – The duplicate finder
* Cashculator – The easy way to plan and track your finances
* Dropzone – Drag, Drop and Upload files effortlessly

All applications participating in the bundle are full versions without any limitations.

Pricing and Availability:
Productive Macs costs $29.99 (USD) and will be running from 3rd to 17th of June. Productive Macs has a rewarding friend-referral program that allows users to get the bundle for free. It also has an affiliate program that allows websites or users to earn money for referring people to it.Apparent Software
Productive Mac Bundle
Friend Referral Program
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Located in Ashdod, Israel, Apparent Software is a privately funded company founded in 2006 by Jacob Gorban. With a focus on the Mac platform, our mission is creating useful, friendly and unique software, complemented by first-class support for our customers. Apparent Software is the developer of ImageFramer, Socialite, Cashculator and Trickster applications, as well as the organizer of widely successful MacGraPhoto software bundle. Copyright (C) 2013 Apparent Software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Mac, and OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.

###Jacob Gorban
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