Get 9 Apps for 86% Off – The Power PC Bundle Is Live

In terms of tasty app discounts, the Mac-owning minority gets all the love — no fair! To even things up, we've put together a great PC bundle, including apps like CleanMyPC ($40) and Breevy ($30), and taken 84% off the MSRP.

Aside from a clean hard drive and Lifehacker Editor-in-Chief Whitson Gordon's favorite text expander for PC, your $49 gets you flawless cloning and masking with Inpixio Photo Clip 6 ($60), and protection from WebRoot Antivirus ($40). Add to that a performance boost from Advanced System Care ($30), plus some talking heads from CrazyTalk 7 ($30), and I reckon this bundle would improve most app rosters. Head south for the details…

>> Get $320 Worth of Apps for $49 with the PC Bundle

Here's a closer look:

  • Webroot Antivirus ($40) – One of Gizmodo's top Antivirus programs, it offers continuous protection from infected websites, and real-time anti-phishing
  • Breevy ($30) – A slick text expander that will seriously improve your productivity
  • Inpixio Photo Clip 6 ($60) – Flawless removal of people, scenery, and distracting details from your photos
  • WebEasy Professional 10 ($50) – Completely customizable websites with no programming or HTML knowledge needed
  • Paint It! ($40) – Automatically create authentic-looking paintings from your photos with personalized results
  • CleanMyPC ($40) – Clean your computer of unneeded files, system junk and application leftovers
  • CrazyTalk 7 ($30) – Auto-animate any image into a talking 3D character with your voice
  • Advanced System Care PRO 7 ($30) – Speeds up PC startup, internet speed, and system performance, plus protection against spyware and adware
  • PasswordBox Unlimited ($12) – Keep all your password in one place, but across any device.

Interested? Check out the link below to ensure compatibility with your version of Windows:

>> Get $320 Worth of Apps for $49 with the PC Bundle

Written by Mark Myerson


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