Here are 15 apps that will make your laptop The Mac That Was Promised

Aside from specific apps needed for work, the most casual Mac users can probably survive without anything more than the bundled software. iLife is a surprisingly capable office suite (Apple even promotes Keynote as a tool for interface design), and recent versions of Safari are more energy efficient than any other macOS-compatible browser. But if your needs go beyond basic document creation, or you have enough stuff to overwhelm the ridiculous ‘All My Files’ tab, you’ll want something more powerful.

The World's Biggest Mac App Bundle is a curated selection of some of the best third-party utilities for the Mac. Here’s what you’ll be able to do with this software collection:

Bought separately, these apps go for over $600, but you can pay what you want for the entire set here.