Seamlessly run Windows software on your Mac for $ 25 with Parallels Pro


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Every Mac comes with great software, courtesy of Apple. However, the apps built into macOS probably won’t cover all the tasks.

If you want to upgrade your workflow without breaking the bank, The Mac All-Star pack is definitely worth your attention.

For a limited time, this collection of the top five productivity apps is currently only $ 25 when you use the promo code ALLSTAMAC at Bleeping Computer Deals.

We all use our Macs for different purposes. Whether you’re creative or safety-conscious, this set can help get things done.

The featured name on this list is Parallels Pro. Used by over seven million people, this app lets you run Windows software in macOS. It works with thousands of Windows programs including popular games.

Rated 4.7 stars on TrustPilot, this is a must have utility for any Mac owner.

Another big name in this package is FastestVPN, which has been described by TenBestVPNs as “one of the most promising VPN services on the market”.

Offering 256-bit encryption on over 350 servers, this VPN lets you browse in privacy and explore content from around the world. It works on all major mobile and desktop platforms, with unlimited bandwidth and P2P streaming support. In this package, you get lifetime service.

The bundle also includes the popular contacts app, BusyContacts; 2D animation studio, Moho Debut; and PDFChef, which lets you open, read, edit and sign documents at lightning speed.

The entire range is worth $ 876, but you can get it now for just $ 25 with the promo code ALLSTAMAC.

Prices subject to change.

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