For a limited time, Parallels is currently offering a special offer of 90% off 14 top Mac applications including Parallels itself worth a total of $863
Parallels is the best way to run Windows on a Mac and allows anyone to easily run Windows and macOS side-by-side.
Parallels also allows you to play PC only games on a Mac.
With one purchase or upgrade of Parallels desktop, you get the following 14 apps for FREE:
- Snagit 2023 – $62.99 – Capture. Create. Connect. All with powerful screen capture software;
- Fantastical – $19.00 – The award-winning calendar & tasks app you won’t be able to live without;
- PDF Expert – $79.99 – The go-to PDF editor for iPhone, iPad, and Mac users;
- MindManager Essentials – $99.00 – Build flowcharts, concept maps, timelines & diagrams to visualize your data;
- Painter – $199.00 – Explore your unbridled creativity with professional digital art software;
- TextExpander – $39.96 – Stop wasting time on repetitive work with TextExpander;
- Intego Mac Premium Bundle X9 – $84.99 – Advanced solution for your Mac Protection, Security & Performance;
- WinZip for MacPro – $54.95 – The World’s #1 Compression and File Sharing Software Suite;
- Hype 4.1 Professional – $99.99 – Create stunning animations and interactive content for the web;
- Parallels Toolbox – $24.99 – Enjoy 40+ powerful productivity apps;
- Cardhop – $19.00 – Organizing your contacts has never been this easy;
- AdRemover – $39.99 – Block all online ads, instantly;
- Fantastical Scheduling – $19.00 – Organizing calls and meetings is now easy;
- Parallels Access – $19.99 – Remote access of Mac & Windows apps from your mobile devices.
If you bought all of these apps separately at their full value, it would cost $863 so you’re getting it all for the price of one Parallels Desktop license for $99.99.
If you’re already a Parallels customer, you can upgrade to Parallels 18 for just $69.99 to take advantage of this offer.
This special offer is for a limited time only.
You can get this special bundle offer now by going to the Parallels website.
You can check out more about running Windows on a Mac with Parallels in our full Parallels review.
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