Black Friday for Mac Applications with Cult of Mac package

On November 24, 2013


You have 12 days to take advantage of an unbeatable offer from Black Friday for OS X applications worth 420 dollars, but you can get them at $50.

Mac application package created by the folks from Cult Of Mac includes eleven apps that make life easier if you’re using OS X. With $50 you can buy MotionComposer, CrazyTalk7 Standard, Mac Internet Security 2013, Data Backup 3, Pagico, DiskAid, iStat Menus 4, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Gemini, Numi 2 and PopClip.

In total, the applications in this package have a real value of about 420 dollars justifying itself a purchase. Let’s talk about the functionality of each Mac application, most of them are also available on iPhone.

MotionComposer is a perfect web design tool to create animations in Flash or HTML5 compatible with smartphones, tablets or desktops, without advanced programming knowledge.

CrazyTalk7 Standard is an entertainment program that allows you to make any photo with a person or animal to be able to talk and to send a letter on your behalf.

Mac Internet Security 2013 with one year license, protects your OS X system in real time from a wave of viruses, malware and other types of virtual attacks.

Data Backup 3 is a reliable alternative to backup tools built into OS X.

Pagico is a calendar application that helps you keep detailed records of events in your life.

DiskAid is the perfect replacement for iTunes if you want to transfer files between the Mac and iDevice.

iStat Menus 4 helps you keep detailed records of activities occurring on your system.

Star Wars: KotOR is one of the most beautiful and attractive RPG that takes place in the Star Wars universe.

Gemini scans your Mac and you can get rid of double files.

Numi is an advanced calculator with a simple and intuitive interface.

Pop Clip is a replacement with many functions to the context menu that appears when you select a piece of text.

Overall, if you are Mac users, feel free to visit The video below should give you more details about the Mac software package.