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You can currently get a massive 92% off the cost of 10 popular Mac apps worth $550 if you upgrade or buy just one copy of Parallels virtualization software.

The special offer includes 10 of the most popular Mac applications out there which are:

  • 1Password: Easily the best way to manage passwords across your Mac, Windows, iOS and Android
  • Pocket Premium: Our favorite app to save articles for reading later and discovering other interesting content
  • Painter Essentials: Miss Microsoft Paint for Mac? Painter Essentials is the perfect answer
  • Acronis True Image 2019 Cyber Protection Premium: Powerful Mac & PC backup solution
  • PDF Expert: Allows you to easily edit PDFs on Mac
  • WinZip: The ultimate archiving utility for compressing large files
  • Parallels Toolbox: Does everything from screenshots, screencasts, password protecting files and more.
  • Parallels Access: Powerful remote desktop tool which allows you to access your Mac from any device, anywhere.
  • TrackOFF: Protects you from invasive online tracking and sends alerts, clears browsing history, caches and more.
  • Cylance Smart Antivirus: Uses AI and machine learning to predict and prevent malware on your Mac.

You get all this for free if you upgrade or buy one copy of:

  • Parallels Desktop Perpetual 1Y
  • Parallels Desktop STD 1Y
  • Parallels Desktop PRO 1Y
  • Parallels Desktop Business Edition

This special offer is only valid until February 28 at 11.59 pm PST.

Parallels is our recommended way to run Windows on Mac and allows you to easily use PC only applications on Mac. You can read our full review of Parallels for Mac to learn more.

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