An integrated file manager & player that turns your iPhone into a USB drive.
Average 4.5/5 stars (590+ ratings); was $1.99, currently free. (Extra $2.99 IAP to unlock cloud services)
For World Press Freedom Day, the Washington Post is offering a 1-year digital subscription for $25 ($75 off). Sunscription gives unlimited access to washingtonpost.com on any device, and unlimited access to all Washington Post apps.
I have a subscription already but when I tried to add this deal to my existing subscription it would not let me. Still, a great deal on a great paper.
Thanks for these deals and almost missed the May thread as I kept the April thread on Watch, so Discourse can notify me. Suggestion, a “2019 Software Sales” thread might be better instead of a monthly one.
I’m sure a moderator could make a sticky thread that does this but after a short while it would end up being filled with hundreds of expired, useless posts.
Forklift is 50% off US$14.95, US$9.95 academic license
Thanks for the sale link. This came at the right time as I just finished listening to MacSparky Finder podcast. I tried Path Finder 8 and Forklift and have to admit that Forklift won me over due to its beautiful UI.
Also, twodollartues.com has a bundle sale at $25, which include Text Expander and 5 other apps I have not heard before such as Waltr 2, Dropzone 3, Workspaces, etc. Not sure any of them are good but Text Expander is highly recommended here.
Edit: it seems the bundle is not shown in the front page anymore. Strange. Here’s a direct link http://bundle.twodollartues.com
I think that should be http://twodollartues.com/
I’ll have to keep an eye on that site.
I useDropzone 3 all the time.
It’s especially handy to install software, just drag the .dmg, .zip, .tar.gz, etc. to the menubar and drop it on Installation. It takes care of all of the things it can do automatically. I also have a Bookends icon on its grid so I can drop a PDF there and it will be imported into Bookends. Bit.ly icon for shortening URLs, etc.
I had high hopes for Workspaces, but it does (did) not support MATLAB, which is what I use all the time.
I also love Dropzone for many things, but mainly for dragging a photo out of Photos to Dropzone, then dragging to wherever I want it.
For some reason I find it a pain to get grab photos other ways.
That’s what I use Yoink for. It’s also great for dragging urls from browsers, and selected text from word- and text-processors. And it’s cross-platform with iOS.
I own Dropzone but for some reason it never clicked with me.
From TechBargains: Office Home & Business 2019 (Mac) $55.36
“URCDKey is offering the following Microsoft Office CD software keys. You must have an existing copy or download the directly from Microsoft, then use your purchase key to activate the software. This is about 75% off compared to elsewhere. Use Coupon Code “TT30” at checkout.”
Looks like Hazel is on sale 20% off
Ends May 28th via Smile
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With the launch of MacSparky’s Keyboard Maestro Field Guide, you can now buy Keyboard Maestro at 20% off by entering the code KMFG during check out. Don’t know how long this will last.
Unclutter is on sale. I personally don’t have any experience with it.
Bulk edit photos and their metadata, viewing and editing EXIF & location data; has an iMessage sharing component too; avg 4.7/5 stars (1,300+ ratings); 67% off, was $2.99, now $0.99.
Readdle Printer Pro, normally $6.99, temporarily free.
Tomorrow is Towel Day. Take Control books are 42% off.
Bundlehunt is live again. Lots of great apps like Fantastical, Textexpander, Daisydisk and a lot more.
If anyone is wanting Microsoft Office cheap I’d recommend seeing if your company participates in the Home Use Program as you can get the latest version of Microsoft Office or Office 365 fairly cheap. I think I just paid $15 for Office 19.