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Blocs 4 is a dream website builder for Mac users, and it’s 70% off

No need to pay someone else for what you could do yourself.
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Get everything exactly the way you want it looking. Credit: Blocs

TL;DR: As of Feb. 11, The Complete Blocs Website Builder Bundle is just $49.99 — that's 70% off its regular price of $169.


You don’t need to be a coding genius to create an attractive website and draw in clients and customers. You might just need intuitive software that lets you bring your ideas to the screen with a little dragging and dropping.

With Blocs 4, a responsive website builder made for Mac users, you can bring your website idea to life without writing a single line of code. Instead, you’ll stack pre-built sections like building blocks (hence the name), until the structure is up to your standards. Then, you can use the intuitive visual styling controls to customize all the finest details of your site. Add some eye-catching animations, some local and Google web fonts to create beautiful typography, and support for Twitter, Facebook, and other social sites, and even payment integrations from the leading commerce providers, all in a few clicks.

An upgrade from the previous version we featured, Blocs 4 now brings users the benefit of Blocs Academy, which helps you learn as you go with loads of free tutorials. It’s designed to be particularly helpful for beginners looking for some guidance as they build their site. It also supports dark theme variants, more languages, a greater variety of fonts, a range of smaller productivity features, visual impairment filters, and more.

When you snag Blocs 4 as part of the Complete Blocs Website Builder Bundle, you’ll also get site search, page transition, and image overlay add-ons. Site search offers a collection of Brics that you can easily add to your Blocs website for search functionality. Add stylish, minimalistic, and fully customizable page transitions with the page transition add-on, and use the image overlay add-on for making faster, easily customizable cards.

Usually, this bundle would run you $169, but you can save 70% and get the website builder and add-ons for just $49.99 for a limited time. Then all you’ll need is a web hosting service and some quality content.

Prices subject to change.

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Credit: Blocs

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