Scrivener from Literature & Latte is an amazing piece of software for writers. I've been using it for years for several fiction projects, including a novel—I can't imagine trying to organize any large writing project without it. John Martellaro reviewed it for TMO, and he loves it, too. The best thing, though, is that our friends at Stack Social have brought it back it back as a deal for $22.50. If you've ever even thought about writing, you should get Scrivener today. This deal is good for OS X or Windows—there's a pulldown menu on the deal listing for you to choose which version you want, but our link goes straight to the Mac version.
Check out the iSafe Drive Lite (32GB), a storage device with a Lightning connector on one side and a USB connector on the other. Use that slider to pick which one is out. It's MFi-certified, and it's designed to let you transfer data between your Mac or PC and your iOS device. You can stream music or movies from it, and it's protected with AES 256 bit encryption. Pretty slick, and through our deal you can get it for $69. Check out the deal listing for details.
Check out iMyfone D-Back iOS Data Recovery, a utility that will let you recover 22 different file types from an iPhone. The developer says that it recovers files when they’ve been deleted, your device was lost or damaged, it was attacked by a virus, was reset, or is locked by a forgotten passcode. Maybe the FBI could use it? Through our deal, it's priced at $24.99. There's a pulldown menu that lets you choose a version that runs on the Mac or Windows.
We have a deal for device addicts, families, and anyone else who has a lot of devices to charge at any one time. It's a 6-port USB charging station with a total power output of 8 amps. It's available in blue, black, or silver (there's a pulldown menu for color options), and you can get it through our deal for $19.99.
We have a bundle for you today on the Lume Cube and the matching Smartphone Mount that allows you to securely attach it to your iPhone (or Android device, if that's your thing). Lume Cube is an LED flash that pairs wirelessly with your smartphone allowing you to illuminate your images. It's also waterproof up to 100 feet, and you can use it as a flash or as a steady light for your videos. You get the bundle for both through us for $89.99.
Check out the SNES30, a reproduction of the original controller from the Super Nintendo, complete with purple buttons. But this is a modern game controller with USB and Bluetooth connectivity, and it even includes a mount for your smartphone to hold it at the right angle. We have a deal on this device for $35.95. Check out the deal page for more information.
We have a deal for you today on the ExoMount Touch Air Vent Car Mount for your iPhone or other smartphone. It slips onto the fins of your car's air vent—horizontal or vertical—and then holds your device in a self-adjusting grip. You can rotate your device 360 degrees, and you can swivel it, too. You can get this mount through our deal for $16.99.
Check out this developer training program for iOS 9 and Swift 2, Apple's newest coding language for iOS. It features 77 lectures with 15.5 hours of content that will walk you through building a music video app. You'll also learn source control with Git/Github and Xcode integration; learn how to understand the JSON format and use the JSON Editor; learn how to understand the model-view-controller design pattern and best coding practices, and more. Through our deal, you can get this tutorial for $19.99.
Check out the Colossal, a 10-foot long MFi-certified Lightning cable. Not sure anything else about it needs to be said, except that it's just $13.99 through us. Giddy up!
Check out the HoverDock for iPhone, a minimalist dock that makes your iPhone look like it's just hovering. It's made from a sturdy aluminum base with a rubber bottom that won't slip. It has a detractable cable storage area, too. We have a deal on this device for $27.95.
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