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yustynn

Tinkerer

11 posts

I know, a bit early, but I'm curious. I want Story Mill tongue

January 24, 2008 6:37 am
Adrammelech

Adrammelech

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from Gallifrey
626 posts

Cookbook tongue

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January 24, 2008 6:40 am
surphaze

surphaze

Automaton Tech

386 posts

I predict as the MFA (most frequent answers):

- coda, candybar, transmit
- scrivener
- cookbook
- appzaper
- MS office

also called will be:

- super duper
- pzizz


I for myself would say: Let's use our new apps for now and enjoy them. It's a bit early to spectulate about the next bundle - some apps that will be included probably don't even exist yet ;-)


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January 24, 2008 6:43 am

nightmax

Urchin

1 posts

Coda
Transmit
Parallels
OmniFocus
smile

January 24, 2008 6:57 am
macpug18

macpug18

Sky Pirate

1,144 posts

Scrivener - although next year really won't matter because I'm probably going to buy it tomorrow  smile   .... was waiting to make sure it wasn't in the bundle
Coda ... have been using a generator, just starting hand-coding ...hopefully will be ready for Coda by next year
nothing by dave wantanabe roll

and, like Surphaze said, there will probably be one or two apps make the cut that we don't know about yet!!
I just know that I'll be sitting on ready when the time comes

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January 24, 2008 7:00 am
surphaze

surphaze

Automaton Tech

386 posts

Ah yes, forgot Omnifocus. that was mentioned quite some times. I would have loved it to be in this years bundle as well btw...


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January 24, 2008 7:01 am
onin

onin

Tinkerer

from Canada
30 posts

Ubercaster

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January 24, 2008 7:07 am
De Shelby

De Shelby

Gearhead

from Quebec, Quebec
60 posts

Doesn't Coda come with Transmit? Ooh how about Cocktail or Mailtags? For the game how about Frenzic?

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January 24, 2008 7:14 am
nlortz

nlortz

Gearhead

from CA
56 posts

Panic apps are generally considered out; until they state otherwise smile

Mailtags would be a great addition; Delicious Library 2 (assumings its out by then) would be rad also; and even though DL was in the first MH; it will be an upgrade worth including again.

Hazel is rad.

I am sure there will be all kinds of upcoming goodies in the near future.

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January 24, 2008 7:24 am
De Shelby

De Shelby

Gearhead

from Quebec, Quebec
60 posts

Of course by next year at this time there will likely be even more crazy awesome apps to clamor for...

I looked in a mirror and saw a younger man.

January 24, 2008 7:28 am
gklinger

gklinger

Urchin

from Toronto, CANADA
8 posts

I would love to see WriteRoom, ASM and Mailplane in the next bundle. All are great programs and I think Macheisters would enjoy them.

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January 24, 2008 9:29 am
officerdick

officerdick

Automaton Tech

from Copenhagen, Denmark
203 posts

January 24, 2008 9:31 am

Rouslan

Tinkerer

16 posts

Windows Vista... 00oopps...  wrong forum

LMAO

January 24, 2008 9:39 am
Plaid

Plaid

Tinkerer

from Turkey
11 posts

Coda, TextMate, Del. Library

January 24, 2008 10:17 am

yustynn

Tinkerer

11 posts

Rouslan wrote:

Windows Vista... 00oopps...  wrong forum

LMAO

Haha big_smile

January 24, 2008 10:31 am
Plaid

Plaid

Tinkerer

from Turkey
11 posts

nlortz wrote:

Panic apps are generally considered out; until they state otherwise smile

why is that?

January 24, 2008 11:08 am

iPontus

Tinkerer

from Unknown
33 posts

- Panic's apps - Coda, transmit, candybar.
- Delicious Library 2
- Textmate 2 (These two were included in the first bundle, but the X.0 upgrades aren't free.)
- Cookbook (If it ever gets done. What happened to the My Dream App apps?)
- Whatever it is ilikeolives.com are up to.
- The Omni apps - OmniOutliner, OmniGraffle, OmniFocus, OmniWeb.
- Things (GTD app. More likely than OmniFocus.)
- Naked Light (Very promising and innovative image editor.)
- Xtorrent (Many people aren't happy with the developer, but seems plausible.)

And naturally, something new and exciting. smile

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January 24, 2008 11:47 am
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January 24, 2008 12:27 pm
anjin

anjin

Urchin

from Earth
6 posts

MacHeist III ?

Hm, how about iWork '09 (by Apple Inc.) ???

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January 24, 2008 12:36 pm
Chriswan

Chriswan

Sky Pirate

from Jakarta, Indonesia
1,194 posts

an upcoming game: "Mark Howson Must Die"

Thanks a Lot

January 24, 2008 12:42 pm

homosaur

Urchin

8 posts

Photoshop?

January 24, 2008 1:31 pm

macx333

Urchin

1 posts

Billings
Just about anything from The Omni Group (Preference to OmniGraffle Pro)
Anything iconfactory

January 24, 2008 1:37 pm
abeckstrom

abeckstrom

Big Game Hunter

from Houston, TX
547 posts

BBEdit -- just kidding -- like that'd ever happen

Seriously, though . . .
Acorn
Black Ink
Candybar
Coda
Delicious Library 2
File Juicer
Hazel
Kill Monty
LicenseKeeper
Mailplane
MarsEdit
OmniGraffle
OmniPlan
OmniFocus
Pacifist
Picturesque
PortAuthority
Pukka
Phynchronicity
Scrivener
Sketch Fighter
Soulver
Super Duper
TextExpander
TextMate
Transmit
Visual Hub

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January 24, 2008 2:06 pm
seyfoyun

seyfoyun

Tinkerer

from Istanbul, Turkey
13 posts

TextMate
Things
Acorn
MarsEdit
As for the game, Aquaria

These five are more than enough for to pay $50...

"Say no."

GO ORANGE!!!

January 24, 2008 2:28 pm
wph

wph

Sky Pirate

1,591 posts

I'm hoping for some apps that haven't even come out yet.

January 24, 2008 4:14 pm
Kojak

Kojak

Tinkerer

from London, ON
32 posts

Rouslan wrote:

Windows Vista... 00oopps...  wrong forum

LMAO

I wouldn't even pay $49 for that. Maybe $9.99.

January 24, 2008 4:21 pm
rampancy

rampancy

Moderator

from Denial.
3,889 posts

I'd probably bet that we'll be seeing Headline (Doseido's "Delicious Generation" RSS reader), and DL2, at least. Possibly also Naked Light, if Brandon gets a final version out the door by the end of the year. I missed seeing Unsanity this year; hopefully we'll get a newer version of some of their stuff either as loot or as part of the bundle.

I really doubt that we'll be seeing anything by Rogue Amoeba, FlyingMeat, or Panic, as I'm pretty sure that they feel that the economics of it wouldn't work in their favor.

And I'm sorry to sound harsh but...if people really, really, *really* want CandyBar, Transmit, or Coda *THAT* badly, they'd just go out and buy the damn things. My impression is that people who want those apps don't really appreciate their true value and just want them for free simply because they're highly desirable/lauded apps.

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January 24, 2008 5:01 pm

msolocinski

Gearhead

from Utah
77 posts

Maybe DiskWarrior since Tech Tool Pro was in the MH/MU bundle over the summer.  Good utility that every Mac user should have.

January 24, 2008 5:55 pm

jms1222

Urchin

7 posts

iBank 3
Coda
Some new awesome app that will be out by WWDC '08!

January 24, 2008 7:31 pm
Adrammelech

Adrammelech

Big Game Hunter

from Gallifrey
626 posts

Adrammelech wrote:

Cookbook tongue

I should add Linkinus also... Would like to use it for another chat I go to, not just MacHeist chat

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January 24, 2008 7:40 pm
Kojak

Kojak

Tinkerer

from London, ON
32 posts

It's too soon. If I start to talk about this, I'll start to get excited, only to realize that we need to wait another WHOLE year. God knows what can happen and what will come out between now and then.

January 24, 2008 7:44 pm
ptrchp

ptrchp

Gearhead

59 posts

Adrammelech wrote:

I should add Linkinus also... Would like to use it for another chat I go to, not just MacHeist chat

That was in the MacUpdate/Skunkworks this summer.

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January 24, 2008 8:11 pm
WhiteFang

WhiteFang

Dirigible Captain

from a cliff in the arctic ocean.
2,847 posts

I'm just going to relax until december, and see for myself then...

Until then, I'm buying Scrivener (thanks all that pointed it out to me) and MindJet MindManager and Office 2008...

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January 24, 2008 8:25 pm
De Shelby

De Shelby

Gearhead

from Quebec, Quebec
60 posts

As a note to all those clamoring for Coda it normally retails for $99 so it will very likely not be bundled. If you are serious about getting Coda jump on down to Panic's website and get it while they still sell it for $79...thats probably about as good a discount you are gonna get for it.

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January 24, 2008 8:44 pm
Adrammelech

Adrammelech

Big Game Hunter

from Gallifrey
626 posts

ptrchp wrote:
Adrammelech wrote:

I should add Linkinus also... Would like to use it for another chat I go to, not just MacHeist chat

That was in the MacUpdate/Skunkworks this summer.

Guess I missed it then sad

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January 24, 2008 8:56 pm
Xiren

Xiren

Automaton Tech

324 posts

surphaze wrote:

I predict as the MFA (most frequent answers):

- coda, candybar, transmit
- scrivener
- cookbook
- appzaper
- MS office

I agree that most of those seem to be frequent answers, as I would definitely love Cookbook....

But why the heck did you put appzapper on there? You realize we just got that this macheist -_-. No one is going to want that because they all have it already!

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January 24, 2008 9:12 pm
xnedwriter

xnedwriter

Tinkerer

from Ames, IA
30 posts

Scrivener, StoryMill, Mellel, Yep, NoteTaker, Springy - even though most of these I have or plan to purchase soon.

"You can't look forward and backward at the same time."
~ Coleman Young

January 24, 2008 9:33 pm
hedgeworth

hedgeworth

Gearhead

from Canada
59 posts

Some as others have remarked would be unlikely, but just for thought anyway:

Things, DrawIt, Acorn or FlySketch, Iris and Pukka.

January 24, 2008 10:15 pm
tech

tech

Sky Pirate

from Rantoul, Illinois
1,516 posts

How would anyone really take this thread the least bit serious?  You're stating what you want a full year ahead of time?  Don't you people ever buy software that you "need" or "want" outside of these bundle deals?

I'm sure the developers are ready to cater to your every need and want since some of you seem to not be interested in paying more for something you obviously deem as good. sigh

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January 24, 2008 11:19 pm
reesmaxwell

reesmaxwell

Automaton Tech

from Eugene, OR
383 posts

Of course: Things, Scrivener, CandyBar, MarsEdit. 

How about: VisualHub, GarageSale, SpamSieve, Tangerine, YummieFTP (I really love this app).

Never gonna happen but would be nice: Coda, OMNIgroup products, Toast Titanium, Final Cut Express, GraphicConverter, VMware Fusion.

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January 24, 2008 11:27 pm
reesmaxwell

reesmaxwell

Automaton Tech

from Eugene, OR
383 posts

@tech - I already own some of the apps I mentioned, but they haven't been on MH or in other bundles (that I remember .. maybe GarageSale has been?)  I'm just posting what I'd like to see here .. some because I'd like a deal and may not buy before a year has passed because I'm using an inferior free app that does something similar and I'm a cheap bastard, and I list others that I've already bought because I want to see those devs get the promotion they would through MH.  For instance, I bought YummieFTP almost a year ago.  I love it.  The dev responds personally to my emails, usually within the hour!  On his website he stays very active in the forums.  And he is pretty much a one-guy operation.  He coded his website, he codes YummieFTP, ... the only thing he hasn't done is he has someone else helping him out with a new logo.  I'd love to see him get more exposure because he is so great to communicate with and he is passionate about his app.

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January 24, 2008 11:32 pm
blazedragon555

blazedragon555

Sky Pirate

from NYC
1,030 posts

Naturally enough, I'd love to get Things, CandyBar, Transmit, Scrivener and SuperDuper!.

That would be amazing.

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January 24, 2008 11:35 pm
tism21

tism21

Gearhead

50 posts

scrivener would certianly be great.

Orangina

January 25, 2008 12:10 am

soskel

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from New York
33 posts

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January 25, 2008 1:07 am
Xiren

Xiren

Automaton Tech

324 posts

tech wrote:

How would anyone really take this thread the least bit serious?  You're stating what you want a full year ahead of time?  Don't you people ever buy software that you "need" or "want" outside of these bundle deals?

I'm sure the developers are ready to cater to your every need and want since some of you seem to not be interested in paying more for something you obviously deem as good. sigh

Why are you so negative? Who cares if this thread is realistic or not. It's interesting to see what others want; and some of these apps i've never even heard of so I go and look them up (and even bought a couple).

What I'm trying to say is, if you have nothing good to say, than just keep your mouth shut (or in this case, don't type)!

Oh and just so I'm not hypocritical, I would love Candybar <3

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January 25, 2008 1:24 am
travislopes

travislopes

Gearhead

88 posts

I would love, if possible, Coda.

January 25, 2008 1:32 am

soskel

Tinkerer

from New York
33 posts

I rather have transmit than coda smile

I wouldn't mind having both!

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January 25, 2008 1:36 am

eddof13

Urchin

5 posts

Coda, Writeroom, SubEthaEdit, Basilisk's Eschalon: Book I

January 25, 2008 2:01 am
blazedragon555

blazedragon555

Sky Pirate

from NYC
1,030 posts

I want Apple stock. tongue

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January 25, 2008 2:26 am
Abbandono

Abbandono

Tinkerer

from Austin, TX
23 posts

I already own these, but I think more Mac users should be exposed to them:

- GarageSale - eBay made easy, whether you're a casual seller or a volume seller
- Numerology (by Five12) - a music sequencer that is very "think different" in its approach. Slightly difficult learning curve at first, though, so might be a tough sell for the bundle.

I like these so much, I'll probably own them too by the time next year's bundle happens:

- Bento - exactly enough DB for my home needs, and I say this as a professional who wrangles a lot of SQL code by day
- Montage - for playwriting and screenwriting
- Scrivener - for other types of creative writing (I do a lot of weird experimental stuff, so I prefer Scrivener's less-structured approach to the more story-focused StoryMill. I've also tried Ulysses, CopyWrite, WriteRoom and Jer's Novel Writer.  Out of all of them, Scrivener strikes the perfect balance of offering organizing structure when you need it for a tightly-plotted story, but getting out of the way when you don't.)

These I probably won't get to that soon, so I'd definitely dig seeing them in the bundle:

- Curio - best-looking mind-mapping/brainstorming app I've seen. Looks to be free and playful, instead of formal and constricting like many of the others.
- Home Inventory - something I really should get around to doing. Maybe if it were bundled with some more enticing stuff, I actually would

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January 25, 2008 3:21 am
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