Today we have a deal on the eduCBA Complete Office Productivity Bundle, a collection of tutorials on productivity apps, including advanced techniques for Excel, Dreamweaver, PowerPoint, Microsoft Word, Adobe, and more. This is a big package with 2,115-plus hours of content designed for to the topics you wish at your own pace. Through our deal, you can get this bundle for $39, a tiny fraction of the $2,249 retail price.
Dragon 5 for Mac is out, and we have a deal on it. This best-in-class voice-to-text software allows you to, "dictate up to 3x faster than typing, but it also allows you to make edits and apply formatting using your voice - all with 99% speech recognition accuracy right out of the box." Through our deal you can get Dragon 5 for Mac for $149.99, a 25 percent discount off list.
True to their word, Sonos today rolled out version 6.1 of their wireless speaker controller software, adding Apple Music as an option in the beta section. Sonos users will need to opt-in to use Apple Music, but it's a painless process and, based on our testing, works very well. Doesn't feel like beta at all. Read on for instructions.
Here's something we don't get to offer very often: a deal on a product made by Apple. Thanks to our friends at Stack Social, we're offering an Apple MagSafe 2 power adaptor for $39.99, almost half off. This is the 45 watt version for use with 11-inch and 13-inch MacBook Air models from Mid 2012 to Early 2015 (here's a link to Apple's MagSafe information page).
Today we have a deal on Corel's AfterShot 2 Standard for Mac, and the license also works on Linux. AfterShot 2 is a RAW photo editor and high-speed photo manager. You can edit photos one at a time or do batch edits. It also has a suite of editing tools that are aimed specifically at editing photos, rather than design or more general graphic design needs. Through our deal, you can get AfterShot 2 Standard for Mac and Linux for $9.99, a 75 percent discount. There's a Windows option in a pulldown menu, too.
The Limefuel Blast is a 20,000mAh portable battery that can charge four devices at once. You can charge it at the same time, too, through a separate LIghtning port. You can get this device through our deal for $36.99. Check out the deal listings for more info.
Check out the ChugPlug Portable Macbook Power Pack, an external battery for your MacBook that gives you up to four hours of additional charge. Better yet, it does so in concert with your MacBook's charger, with no additional cables needed. We have it for a whopping 76 percent discount, bringing the price down to $29.99.
Check out the ZUS, a smart car charger for your iOS or Android device that serves double duty as a locator for your car. The device's circuitry can charge your iPhone up to two times faster than other chargers, which is cool in and of itself. But then with a free companion app, it becomes a beacon you can use to find your car. Check out the deal listing for more details, including a video showing the device and app in use.
Today we have a deal on WALTR Audio/Video Uploader for Mac, software that allows you to seamlessly drag any audio or video file from your Mac to your iPhone. You can upload any type of music file—including MKV, AVI, FLAC, and CUE—and WALTR will convert it to something your iPhone can actually play. There's more information in the deal listing, so check it out.
We have another stocking stuffer deal for you today called the Neutron S, a smartphone or tablet mount that uses shielded magnetism to hold your device in place. There's a small plate you put on your smartphone using a special aircraft-grade tape, and a mounting plate you attach to your wall, car, or other surface with the same tape. That tape is designed to be removable, too. Through our deal you can get Neutron S for $24.99. There's a video on the deal page showing the device in action.
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