BundleHunt: 10 Mac App Licences for £15

I recently noticed Screens, an app I have had my eye on, was being sold as part of rather decent BundleHunt deal, and I wanted to share it with you.

BundleHunt are currently offering 10 Mac app licences for $19.99 (£15), from a selection of 39 apps in total. Below are the apps that I chose and a few reasons why.

Must Haves apps


Screens lets me log in to my Mac remotely from any other computer, tablet or smartphone. Screens is currently the recommended remote access solution on The Sweet Setup which is reason alone to buy it. The app costs £22.05 if purchased directly on the developers website making this quite possibly the cheapest way to buy Screens.

Screens Library

iStats Menu

iStats is an advanced Mac system monitor, hidden away on my menubar, which lets me keep track of my computers CPU, RAM, disk usage, network activity and so much more. Sold for £13 on the developers website, iStats Menu is an excellent choice in the bundle.



When I’m not using Plex, I’m using Beamer. It allows me to stream any format of video file from my Mac to an Apple TV, Chromecast or Google Cast-supported high definition television. Normally sold for £13.99 by the developer, Beamer was one of the first apps in my bundle.



Their are a multitude of free, open source and paid for FTP clients available for Mac and although maybe not my first choice FTP Client, YummyFTP is a solid choice for most. Described as an easy to use, yet powerful FTP/S + SFTP + WebDAV/S file transfer app exclusively built for OS X, YummyFTP is sold for around £18 by the developer.


Stocking Fillers

These apps I actually had no knowledge about before purchasing the licence, and I was pleasantly surprised.

Softorino YouTube Converter

Softorino Youtube Converter is a great little app that lets me download Youtube videos in all resolutions up to 4K and even in 60FPS when available. This was actually a convenient find which I don’t think I would have ever otherwise bought at £15.


VidConvert does what it says on the tin, it converts videos on my mac (downloaded with the Youtube Converter for example) to any format or device I wish and is normally sold for £6.


Another hidden gem, Chronicle lets me keep track of my bills and alerts me when they need to be paid even when the app is not open. Sold on the app store for £10.99.

So there you have 7 apps that I have no problem recommending, but you may want to choose differently depending on your hobbies, profession or other things. And with such value in the package, why not chance your arm on any other app that catches your eye, or ask a friend if they want anything?

To reiterate, the BundleHunt package is currently available here for $19.99, and you can choose 10 licences from a total of 39 applications redeemable instantly.

I hope you appreciated the article, and why not let me know below which apps you would pick, I would love to hear from you.

EDIT: Bundle Hunt let me know on the 18/04 that there is only 4 days left for the offer, so make sure to order before Friday.



Peter Fields

My name is Peter, I currently live in the UK but love to travel with my wife Claire. This blog is my journey through life with Technology.

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  1. Hey Peter,

    Thank you for this bundle ! Stats it really interests me !
    YummyFTP is better than FileZilla and Transmit ?

    Good night 😉

    1. Hi Michael,

      Thanks for the question, I think YummyFTP is just as good as Filezilla, maybe Transmit has a couple more features but I believe it costs around £25.

      Let me know if you buy a bundle.

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