Cyberduck is shareware as far as I can see
Cyberduck is open source and it'll only nag you once.
Yummy FTP came out winner when I compared them.
Sure but my point is that Yummy FTP has been offer in so many other bundles over the past few years:
May 2012 - iBundel
Feb 2012 - ZeroNinetyNine Bundle 3 (technically a MAS sale at $0.99)
Dec 2011 - BundlesForMac New Years Bundle
Nov 2011 - TheMacBundles 17
July 2011 - Mac SuperBundle 2
April 2011 - Mac Treasure Bundle
Jan 2011 - AppSumo Bundle 4
Jan 2011 - MEGA Mac Sumo Bundle
Dec 2010 - BundlesForMac Web Development Toolkit Bundle
Dec 2010 - BundlesForMac Home and Family Bundle
Sept 2010 - MacFriendly Bundle 7
Sept 2010 - MonthBundle September Bundle
July 2010 - VoteBundle
July 2010 - The MacBundles 9
March 2010 - The MacBundles Build Your Own Bundle Store
If you include FTP apps like Flow, Forklift, etc., you'd be getting an FTP client in a bundle or on-sale every other month. And not to pick on FTP apps but many bundles have the same apps over and over again.
There is a very big difference between identical and similar programs.
Yes but to me and maybe many others, this bundle doesn't offer anything new or interesting.
Again, it's either the same apps as everywhere else or similar apps, which you'll debate but I think the proof is the success of the bundle. Dropping the price from $38 to $20 says a lot.
If you look at MacHeist, one reason why it was so popular and beloved is that the apps they offered were impressive and diverse. Many of those apps have never been offered in any other bundles to this very day.
It's a like a Dutch version of MacWeed.
Ouch! And it might just suffer the same fate.
Man is a genius when he is dreaming.
- Akira Kurosawa