What you need to know
- Unclutter is selling nine different apps for one low price.
- Apps include Unclutter, DaisyDisk, RapidWeaver, and more.
The folks behind Mac app Unclutter are running a three-week sale that gives you the chance to bag nine awesome apps from independent developers for a bargain $59. The whole package would normally cost almost $300 when bought separately.
The nine apps include big names like Unclutter itself, RapidWeaver 8, DaisyDisk, and more. Want just one or two of them? No problem – they're all available individually with a cool 50% taken off their normal price, too.
The full nine apps available as part of the Macnificent 9 are:
- DaisyDisk – Analyze disk usage and free up disk space on Mac
- Default Folder X – Enhanced Open and Save dialogs for macOS
- Forklift 3 – The most advanced dual-pane file manager for macOS
- Mosaic Pro – Effortlessly resize and reposition windows on your Mac
- One Switch – All the toggles in your menu bar
- RapidWeaver 8 – The best web design software for Mac
- Timemator 2 – Automatic time-tracking based on your rules and activities
- Unclutter – Files, notes & clipboard manager for Mac
- Unite 3 – Turn websites into apps on your Mac
This bundle and the individual prices are all available right now and will run for three weeks. With something in here for everyone, what are you waiting for?
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