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Should you get MacHeist nanoBundle 3? Find out on time

Brian Bojan Dordevic
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Promotions made for OSX are simply amazing. Over the time they allowed me to create a huge collection of tools that made me amazingly productive. Previously I’ve didn’t feature these bundles, but I believe that you as Alpha Efficiency would benefit in having this information in a timely manner.

So what is in the nanoBundle 3?

Clarify 30$

What is it:

Many screen capture applications let you work with one picture at a time. But combining multiple screenshots into clear documents is a pain. It’s such a pain that most of us don’t take the time to do it, even though we KNOW our clients, co-workers, and friends would like us to use more pictures when we are trying to help them.

Clarify gets rid of all of the hassle and frustration of creating documents out of screenshots. Say goodbye to working with multiple screen capture, image editing and word processing applications and say hello to instant productivity.

My opinion:

Never used an app like this before, but since it’s there, I am inclined to try it. There is certainly an incentive in creating some tutorials for my virtual assistants, as I believe it would benefit my out Outsourcing efforts.

Clean my Mac 40$

What is it:

CleanMyMac 2 is an ingeniously simple and powerful application for keeping your Mac clean, organized and free of files that slow it down. It’s simply the best Mac cleaner around!

My Opinion:

Clean my Mac has been around for a while, and it’s been heavily advertised, sometimes too much in my opinion. But countless trusted people have testified on behalf of this great application, making it the reason why I am getting this bundle.

Fantastical (Review link) 20$

What is it:

Fantastical is Mac calendar app. Fantastical’s natural language engine is expressive and intelligent so you can write in your own style. Even better, Fantastical automatically recognizes the location of your event and can even invite people from Contacts (Mountain Lion) or Address Book (Lion and Snow Leopard) to your event.

My opinion:

I’ve already sung praises to this piece of software. I am not a heavy calendar user, but I find Fantastical helpful. As I already have it, I’ll be gifting it to one of my readers, after this offer expires.

iStopMotion 50$

What is it:

According to what I saw on the website, it’s been intriguing and simple looking software for creating fancy animations. If you are curious about creating animations, you should check their website out, because their videos will explain more than my words.

My opinion:

For the time being, this is yet another software toy, that I simply don’t have the time for, as I am focused on other things. It’s nice value added, for those that need it.

Little Inferno 10$

What is it:

Simple OS X video game.

My opinion:

As much as I used to be a great gaming aficionado, my passion for games has waned. Still, have tons of downloaded games, and my occasional battlegrounds in World Of Warcraft will make it impossible to test it out.

The trailer comes with weird crude humor, which I am not a fan of. If you’re into this kind of thing, I guess?

Path Finder 40$

What is it:

Path Finder is a reputable file manager for OS X. Path Finder offers the tools you need to access and manage your files quickly, accurately, and completely on OS X. A world-class operating system deserves a world-class file manager. Dive into a familiar interface packed with uncommonly powerful features and make your file system sing with Path Finder 6.

My opinion:

Path Finder is another application, that would make me purchase this bundle alone, even if I didn’t like anything else. Endorsements from MacPower Users is all that was required for me to know that Path Finder is the way to go.

Totals 40$

What is it:

If you’ve struggled to create professional looking documents in Pages or Word, you’ll appreciate the ease with which you can generate slick, customized invoices with Totals.

Never forget who owes you money again. With Totals, all your outstanding invoices and estimates are tracked automatically.

My opinion:

As I plan on making a comeback to the freelancing game, this seems like an outstanding application. Preview looks awesome, and my previous experience with MacHeist bundle makes me believe it will be top notch.

xScope 30$

What is it:

xScope is a practical set of measuring tools for designers and developers. They’re great for aligning and inspecting on-screen graphics and layouts.

My opinion:

Have no idea how I would make the most out of this app. Are you a developer? Would love to know your opinion. Most probably this is going to my friend which is a developer for iOS apps.

Final thoughts

If you don’t have Path Finder and Clean my Mac, or either of these two, I have a strong feeling that these apps will give you more run, than money invested. Other applications certainly are a bonus. Fantastical is the only app on the list that I’ve personally used. For 10$, this is pretty much a no-brainer.

Another value-added bonus is the fact that the money goes to the charity of your choice. It gives me the warm and fuzzy feeling that I made a difference in someone’s life to an extent.

Well, that’s all I have to say so far. Off to buy the app, and if I have any further thoughts, I will share them in the comments. Remember that as of writing this article, there are 5 days left on this bundle.

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