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Get 9 apps for $49 and help flood victims in Australia

Elena Santos

Elena Santos

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There are several ways to do work for charity: you can donate food and clothes to people in need in your neighborhood, join an NGO or even buy software. Yes, you did read that: buying software can also help people.

Just like the Humble Bundle helped raise money for the Child’s Play Charity, the Bundlelytic charity bundle enables you to help those in need with just a mouse click. In this case, half of the proceeds will be used to help the victims of the recent floods in Queensland, Australia.

The bundle includes 9 useful Windows applications, which together have a value of $299 but which you can get for just $49.99. The programs included in the pack are:

  • SafeWallet – Store all your sensitive data (passwords, credit card numbers and so on) in this encrypted vault with support for syncing with most mobile phones.
  • Divvy – A must-have for productivity junkies, this app lets you organize all your active windows in the most comfortable way.
  • Altaro Oops!Backup – Create backup copies of your important documents, and go back to any of their previous versions at any time.
  • System Speedup Pro – Fix the most common problems in Windows with just one click, and remove suspicious processes and junk file as well.
  • novaPDF Professional – Fully featured app that lets you convert any document to PDF through a virtual printer driver.
  • EASEUS Data Recovery Wizard – Recover accidentally deleted data from corrupted or reformatted partitions, USB drives, and memory cards.
  • Returnil System Safe – Crate a safe virtual environment on your system to test potentially dangerous applications.
  • Pixo – An original image editor that lets you apply effects to your photos as if you were painting over them.

If you decide to buy the bundle, you’ll automatically be entered into a draw to win a 250GB ioSafe portable hard drive and one of 100 copies of Nitro PDF Professional. So you see, you have nothing to lose and lots to win: good quality software, a handy portable hard drive and of course, helping people.

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