Blur is an interesting service that creates disposable email addresses for required email confirmations, makes limited-balance, limited-duration credit card numbers that are accepted anywhere credit cards are, and creates a masked phone number that forwards calls and texts to your real phone number. It also includes a password keeper that will sync across devices and browsers. We have a deal that will let you get a lifetime subscription to Blur for $49.99, a discount of 74 percent. Check it out.
We have another fun giveaway with our friends at Stack Social called the Pick Your Own Apple Toy Giveaway. To enter, simply sign up to receive TMO daily deal emails—you can also share your entry with your friends to earn more entries. If you win—and we hope you win—you get to select any Apple product they want for under $700. Apple TV, Apple Watch, iPhone 6, iPad mini or iPad Air...pick what you want. You can find details on the giveaway page.
Check out the Sound Kick Bluetooth Speaker, a portable Bluetooth speaker with up to 7 hours of playback time. It features both Bluetooth connectivity and a direct line in, and you can control the volume and playback functions directly from the speaker. This device retails for $100, but through our deal you can get it for $49.99.
If you have a lot of devices in your household, we have a deal for you: the Kinkoo 40W 6-Port High Speed Charger. As the name suggests, it has six charging USB ports, each of them designed to deliver maximum charging power to your mobile devices. It's designed to handle U.S. and international power from the wall, and it's certified CE, FCC and RoHS. Through our deal you can get the Kinkoo for $35.
Check out our deal on a lifetime 1TB subscription to Dripbit Online Backup. It's a $480 value priced at $54.99 through our deal. With Dripbit, you can access your files through a browser, and the service uses military-grade AWS 256 encryption. You can stream music and movies straight from the service, too. Check out the deal listing for additional details.
We have a bundle of training courses for you today that focuses entirely on Photoshop. Selections, Camera RAW, PSD to HTML, Color Management, Portrait Retouching, Working with Type, and using Photoshop for the Web. It's a $702 value, but through our deal you can get it for just $55. Check out the deal page for more information.
We have a deal for you today that's a bit off the beaten tech track. It's for OrbitKey, a leather key organizer with a built in bottle opener. It holds up to seven standard keys, and because it's made of leather, it stops them from scratching your phone and rattling in your pocket. Through our deal you can get OrbitKey for $34.99, a discount of 26 percent.
Today is the last chance to enter our Apple Watch Giveaway. If you win, you can choose your own Apple Watch, up to $750 worth. All you have to do to register is sign up to receive our Deal emails. If you then share your entry, you get additional entries. Check out the deal page for more information, and good luck!
Corel Painter Essentials 5 is the newest version of this long running painting software for the Mac. Natural-Media Brushes, Particle Brushes, Jitter Brushes that add realism and randomness to your work, and a Mirror painting tool for symmetrical precision. There's a lot in this Corel Painter Essentials 5, so check it out. You can buy it through our deal for $24.99.
PhoneClean is a Mac app that lets you clean your iPhone. It can delete private text messages, find and remove hidden temporary and cache files, get rid of useless app crash logs and system notifications, and a lot more. It retails for $39.99, but you can get it through our deal for just $9.99. Check out the deal page for more information.
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