Definitions for "bundled"
sold together as a single item; -- usually done for related products which work or are used together.
Bundled means grouped together. If software is bundled with a book, it means the software comes with the book.
Referring to the incorporation of a number of services or features into a single product. For example, a bundled pension scheme contract might combine the various activities of investment management, insurance, trusteeship and administration into a single service; whereas an unbundled arrangement would see these activities being conducted by a range of different parties.
Refers to the practice of automatically including an additional application or capability in the sale or delivery of a computing component that is not ordinarily associated with that component.
Keywords:  architecture
An arrangement in which one or more software programs are included with another program, for technical reasons or because of a business partnership.