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The Official Cyber Monday Mac Bundle Ft. Parallels Pro & Luminar 4 US$42 (~A$57) @ AppleInsider


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If you want to run Windows on your Intel-based Mac, you can't afford not to pick up this bundle of 12 Mac apps worth over $1,266, which includes one year of Parallels Desktop Pro. Snap up the Cyber Monday Mac app bundle for just $42 with coupon.

The Official Cyber Monday Mac Bundle Ft. Parallels Pro & Luminar 4 is a collection of 12 apps that can help accelerate your productivity. The collection of apps is valued at $1,266.17, but you can acquire the lot for $42 with promo code APPLEINSIDER40.

The collection is headed up by Parallels Desktop Pro, the well-known tool for running Windows applications on your Mac, without needing to use Boot Camp or having to acquire a separate and dedicated Windows-based computer. Given that Parallels Desktop Pro is usually $99.99, that alone makes this an astonishing deal before you take into account what else is in it. Please note: The bundle includes a 1-year license that automatically renews, but users can cancel

Another well-known Mac app in the collection is Luminar 4, a $79.99 photo editor that takes advantage of artificial intelligence to improve your photographs. The software assistance will help make your edits go faster, as it handles tasks such as sky replacement, enhancing portraits, and inserting sunrays into landscapes, among others.

Other highlights on the list include Goose VPN, language learning from uTalk, the duplicate-deletion tool Gemini 2, logo creation app Art Text 4, and calendar management app BusyCal 3.

This thousand-dollar pile can be bought for just $42 when you use the link and promo code APPLEINSIDER40 at checkout.

The bundle contains the following apps:

Parallels Desktop Pro ($99.99 value, 1-year license): Run thousands of Windows programs on your Mac
Luminar 4 Photo Editor ($79.99 value): Use the power of AI to streamline your editing workflow & create perfect photos with a single click
PDFpenPro 12 ($129.95 value): Add text & signatures, make corrections, OCR scanned docs and more, just like PDFpen
Goose VPN ($499 value): Unlimited devices, encrypted data, secure connection
BusyCal 3 ($49.99 value): Take full control of your tasks with this calendar's time-saving tools
Screen Recorder 2021 ($39.95 value): Record video instruction and tutorials
uTalk Language Learning App ($84 value): Choose two from 140+ languages to learn from any device, any time you want
Mindmaster ($129 value): Choose the best structure, style, theme, & colors to express your ideas
Gemini 2 ($39.90 value): Locate & remove duplicate files tucked away in your storage
Dropzone 4 Pro ($35 value): Open applications, move & copy files faster than ever before
ForkLift 3 ($49.95 value): Split panes horizontally or vertically, or use a single pane
Art Text 4 ($29.99 value): Create professional logos & graphics without technical design experience

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  • Interested in trying Parallels as there are a few old games that are no longer supported by OSX that I still love.

    I.e. Command and Conquer series is one of the big ones I would play.

    Does Parallels work with gaming particularly old games?

    1 year license??? Kind of expensive if I'm only using this app I guess.

    • I use an older version of parallels (without yearly fees) to play 1990s dos and windows games. It works fine, but I haven’t tried command and conquer.
      You might try running it under dos box, the free emulation software before spending any money.
      I’m pretty certain I’ve seen dos versions on abandon ware sites.

    • DOSBox-Staging is your friend for DOS games, I use VirtualBox for my Windows / other VMs

      I bought Parallels and it was full of advertising (trying to get your to install Mcafee AV as soon as you've built a Windows VM etc), not sure if this is still the case

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  • thanks, OP.
    I bought one.