Not a BF deal as such (offer expires end of this week) but Working Copy (a Git client for iOS) has a discount on full unlock to celebrate 9 years in the App Store. It’s €20 for a year (I don’t remember how much it was previously though), and the unlocked features are permanent (similar to the Agenda model).
For people in the US, Best Buy has a 16gb, 512gb of the 15in Macbook Air in stock and discounted significantly to $1450. I think this is the cheapest Macbook you can buy from a US retailer besides Apple with 16gb of RAM. If we hadn’t just bought a new washer and dryer, I would buy this.
I have Mountain Duck and like it a lot. Haven’t used Cloudmounter (at least not that I remember) but the thing I like about Mountain Duck and the ability to access the cloud file url (and more) from the services menu in Finder.
And the “both” isn’t a coincidence. The fact that breaking DRM is a questionably-legal activity means that it’s hard to build a business on it, thus much of the software for (ostensibly) doing so is poorly-written, poorly-maintained, and there’s no actual expectation that something that worked well yesterday will even work today.