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If you buy or upgrade to Parallels Desktop 16 you can get 10 Mac apps thrown in for free – worth over $700.

We think that Parallels is the best way to run Windows on a Mac and makes it seamless to switch between macOS and Windows instantly.

The 10 free apps are a mix of performance, productivity, security and creativity apps that would cost over $700 if bought separately at their full price.

This offer is limited until midnight 28th of February 2021.

parallels special offer feb 2021

The offer includes:

  • Parallels Desktop for Mac
  • Fantastical (one-year subscription)
  • 1Password Families (one-year subscription)
  • MindManager for Mac 13 (one-year subscription)
  • Octopus.do Pro (one-year subscription)
  • Intego Mac Internet Security X9 (one-year subscription)
  • Gravit Designer PRO (one-year subscription)
  • Acronis True Image 2021 Premium (one-year subscription with 1TB of Acronis Cloud Storage)
  • Pocket Premium (one-year subscription)
  • Parallels Toolbox for macOS or Windows (one-year subscription)
  • Parallels Access for iOS or Android (one-year subscription)

You can get these apps for free by buying Parallels for $64.99 or upgrading for $49.99.

This offer ends February 28th 2021 (11:59 p.m. PST).

Note that Parallels is currently being updated to work with the latest M1 Macs although this is currently only available as a technical preview.

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