Del Mar, California – Macphun Software, a leading desktop photography software developer with 5 of the top 10 photo apps on the Mac App Store, today announced their Black Friday/Cyber Monday photography deals which include special pricing on software products plus several value-adds. The deals, offered on its website, run until the end of Monday, 12/2/13. Promotional offers for Macphun’s latest releases are available through the Macphun website:

* 20% off of Snapheal Pro, Intensify Pro, or the Creative Kit (the bundle of the two) from 11/27 – 12/2 (Wednesday before Thanksgiving through Cyber Monday).

* Every purchase gets a 3 months free premium membership with Zenfolio, the industry leading online service for photographers.

* Every purchase gets software as digital download as well as on a free 4GB SD memory card (Macphun custom package) shipped anywhere in the world! People who buy the Creative Kit get an 8GB memory card.

* One lucky buyer will receive a “Golden Ticket” in his/her SD card package for a new MacBook Air (a $1000 value).

Mac App Store Promotion:
Separately, the company will offer 40% discount on all of their apps, available on the Mac App Store. These include such top-ranked products as FX Photo Studio Pro, Fx Photo Studio, ColorStrokes, Snapheal and it’s latest release – Intensify. All Macphun products are currently ranked among TOP 10 photography applications. The Mac App Store sale will start on Wednesday before Thanksgiving and will run through Cyber Monday, December 2.

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Macphun Software develops award-winning mobile and desktop software and technologies for the consumer photography and professional digital imaging markets. Established in 2008, Macphun is well regarded for its consistently top-ranked apps on the App Stores such as Intensify, Snapheal, Fx Photo Studio and Snapheal, beloved by hundreds of thousands of photographers worldwide. Copyright (C) 2013 MacPhun LLC. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Macintosh and Mac OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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