Bundlelytic Software Bundle Funds Japanese Red Cross

Lifehacker loves free software, but we’ve always maintained that paying for software has its place. Here’s a context where paying is hard to argue with: a $30 bundle of five software packages collectively valued at over $200, with all funds going to the Japanese Red Cross.

The bundle includes five apps — Nitro PDF Professional, MaxTo, Sticky Password, Zoner Photo Studio and IOBit Advanced System Care. We’ve had good experiences with the first two in particular. The bundle is limited to 300 copies.


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