Check out this developer tutorial deal called the iOS 9 and Swift Adventure Bundle. It includes Rick and Jenna's iOS 9 Adventure Course and Swift: Learn Apple's Programming Language. Together these two courses feature 400 lectures and 36 hours of video content. Through our deal you can get this bundle for $39.
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 we have a deal on Scrivener. You can get it for $19.50, but you need to hurry because it's ending. 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.
We have a tutorial deal for you today called the HTML5 and CSS3 Web Design Bundle. These training courses are designed to teach you design, floating layouts, wireframing, responsive design, and more. Individually, they retail for $215, but through our deal it's $39. Check out the deal listing for more information.
Check out the KeySmart 2.0 Titanium Key Organizer, a device that lets you keep your keys folded up all neat and tidy in your pocket. And it comes with a bottle opener. You can use a coin to tighten and loosen the screws that hold it together for changing out keys, and because it's titanium, its lightweight. You can get this device for 21 percent off through our deal at $29.99.
We have a deal for you today on Private Internet Access, a virtual private network (VPN) provider. You can get a two year subscription for $59.95 and you can use it on up to five devices, and you get unlimited bandwidth. Check out the details on the deal listing.
I love the cool make-something-real-and-learn-while-you-do-it products all around us. Raspberry Pi, Arduino, and now we have a deal on something called Circuit Scribe. This technology allows you to draw a circuit with a special pen that you can then connect modules to for a genuine do-it-yourself piece of electronics. Our deal is for the Circuit Scribe Basic Kit, and you can get it for $49.99. Check our the deal listing for more information, images, and a video explaining how it works.
Check out our training bundle for Amazon Web services. Our bundle includes Amazon Web Services Certified Developer - Associate Level and Amazon Web Services Certified Solutions Architect - Associate Level. They retail for $278, but you can get it for $19 through our deal. Amazon Web Services are one of the biggest things in the cloud, and this deal will let you dip your toes in the water.
NetSpot is a software utility that lets you visualize, optimize, and troubleshoot your wireless networks with any MacBook. It allows you to do something as simple as measure signal strength in a given spot, but if you are serious about optimizing your network, it has mapping tools that will allow you to precisely figure out signal strength in every nook and cranny of your home or office. It retails for $149, but through our deal you can get it for $19.99. There's a video on the deal page with a product demo.
We have a deal for you today called The Mega Mac 2015 Bundle. It's 15 Mac apps that retail for $564, but through our deal they're yours for $29.99. Disk Drill Pro, HDR Darkroom 3, a Spotdox subscription, a Finder alternative called Commander One PRO, PrivacyScan, My Net, and more.
We have a deal for you today on the Titan Loop MFi-Certified Lightning Cable. This charging cable is metal clad, which makes it tough, but its designed to be looped around your keychain for portability. This device is priced at $30, but through our deal you can get it for $19.95.
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