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Black Friday is officially here (although it seems to be starting earlier and earlier every year). The good news for Mac users is there are some massive discounts on some excellent software with big names such as Adobe, ABBYY and Intuit offering significant reductions on apps and software.

Some of the offers here are for cloud apps too so PC and Windows users can take advantage as well.

Some offers end tonight, but many of them run over into Cyber Monday and beyond.

Here’s our top 10 picks of the best Black Friday deals of 2019 for Mac users.

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1. Up To 70% Off Adobe Creative Cloud (Ends December 5th)

Adobe’s Creative Cloud is the most powerful graphic design suite out there with industry leading apps like InDesign and Illustrator.

2. 50% Off ABBYY FineReader Pro For Mac

The most accurate OCR scanning software on the market for PDFs, images and other documents.

3. 25% Off AWeber Email Marketing Software

Powerful, yet easy to use email marketing solution for both Mac and PC.

4. 82% Off Mac All Star Kit

5 top Mac apps for less than $50: WALTR 2, PDF Expert 2, Fantastical 2, DaisyDisk, Aurora HDR 19.

5. 20% Off Parallels Desktop For Mac

Incredibly easy to use virtual environment that we rated the best way to run Windows on your Mac.

6. 51% Off Daisy Disk

Need to check where all that storage space has gone on your Mac? Look no further than DaisyDisk.

7. 51% Off LilyView

Lightweight image viewer that’s not bloated and allows you to simply enjoy your photos without unnecessary editing features.

8. 70% Off QuickBooks

Looking for a professional Payroll or Accounting solution on your Mac? QuickBooks has it covered.

9. $250 Off FamilyTreeDNA

If you want to dig deep into your family history on your Mac, FamilyTreeDNA has the biggest Y-DNA database out there.

10. 35% Off VMWare

Another powerful way to run Windows on your Mac and ideal for those that need enterprise grade control over a network of computers.

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