Adding extra camera lenses to your iPhone doesn't have to be an expensive ordeal, and TMO's latest deal backs that up. This kit includes macro, wide angle, and fisheye lenses that all snap on or off quickly thanks to an adapter ring that attaches to your phone. It's compatible with the iPhone 4 up through the iPhone 6 Plus, and also works with the iPad, iPod touch, and many Android smartphones, too. The camera lens kit is regularly priced at US$69, but you can get it for $29.99 with our special deal.
Aduro's wall-mount surge protector includes six outlets and two USB charging ports and it plugs into your current wall outlet without extra cords to get in the way. You can use it to charge up to seven devices at the same time, and it's built-in surge protection protects from power fluctuations that could otherwise leave you with fried electronics. Aduro's surge protector and USB charger is regularly priced at US$40, but TMO has a special deal for 52% off so you'll pay only $19.
Soundfreaq's Sound Step Lightning 2 Bluetooth speaker packs stereo speakers and a subwoofer in a case that fits easily on your desktop and includes its's own special spacial sound enhancement system. It recharges via USB, so you don't need to worry about keeping extra batteries on hand, sports a Lightning dock, line-in jack, and an FM radio receiver. It's usually priced at US$150, but thanks to TMO's deal you can pick it up for 60% off at $59.
Mastering Microsoft Excel, or even figuring out how to add a column of numbers, can be kind of intimidating. Thanks to GoSkill's three-course program, Microsoft Excel Immersion: From Novice To Ninja, you can turn yourself into an Excel pro in no time. Each course includes at least 24 lessons covering everything from using functions to building macros, and analyzing data with pivot tables. This online video training costs US$497, but TMO has a special 94% off deal so it'll set you back only $29.
It's far too easy to get distracted on our computers, or spend far more time than we realize focused on unproductive activities like reading Twitter. RescueTime can help bring back your digital productivity by monitoring what you do when you're sitting at your computer, and then builds reports with productivity scores detailing exactly how you spend your time. It logs the apps you use, how long you're in each app, and how much time you spend on specific websites. You can also block websites you find too distracting, sort of like staging your own personal intervention. RescueTime is regularly priced at US$72, but thanks to TMO's special deal you can pick it up for only $19.99.
If you're looking for some help on getting up to speed on coding apps for Apple's soon to be released iOS 9, check out TMO's special deal on StackSkills' online training: The Complete iOS 9 Developer Course. You'll get 90 hours of course content where you learn to build 100 apps with Xcode 7, plus you'll learn to use Swift 2, develop watchOS 2 Apple Watch apps, work with SpriteKit, and more. The training series is regularly priced at US$999, but you can sign up for $99—a 90 percent discount!
How do you make the iPad Air 2 even more awesome than it already is? By giving one away for free, so that's exactly what The Mac Observer is doing. The icing on the cake, so to speak, is that you get to pick which color you'd like if you win. All you need to do is sign up to receive our deals emails from our special giveaway page, and you can share the giveaway on Twitter to score yourself extra entries. Go sign up!
We have a deal today on five apps from software maker Koingo: AirRadar 3, MacPilot 7, MacCleanse 5, Data Guardian 3, and Alarm Clock Pro 10. These utilities will help you find free and open Wi-Fi networks, tweak your Mac's UI, keep your Mac clean and organized, protect and encrypt files, and more. They retail individually for $110, but through our deal they're $24.99. Check out details on each app on the deal listing.
We have a deal today called the Mac Video Software Bundle, a collection of three Mac apps for playing, converting, and editing movies. They include Mac Video Converter, Mac Video Editor, Media Player for Mac. They retail for $, but through our deal you can get them for $29, a great deal.
Long-time followers of our deals know that I'm a sucker for toys, gadgets, and drones. Especially drones. We have a deal for you today on the SKEYE Mini Drone with HD camera. This is a tiny, tiny drone, but now they've packed an HD camera in it. It also features six-axis stabilization, and you can perform flips, barrel rolls, and aerobatic tricks with it. You can pre-order this baby for $64.99, more than a third off retail. Check it out.
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