It's a Lightning cable, 18-inches long, stiff, yet flexible, and can be bent into just about any shape you need, even the one in the image where it's holding an iPhone up like stand. We have a deal on it for you at $13.99, more than 60 percent off retail.
We have a deal for you today on the Pebble Time Smartwatch. This device displays notifications, calendar events, weather, sports scores, news, and more. It tracks your activity and sleep time, and it has a built-in microphone for recording voice memos and quick replies. Retail on this device is $150, but you can get it through our deal for $119.99.
Check out Scapple, mind mapping software for Mac or Windows. This software is designed to let you keep and organize your thoughts, order and reorder them, draw connections, and share them with other people. We have a deal on Scapple for $8.99, 40 percent off retail. Check the deal listing for details, and there's a pulldown menu for choosing which operating system you want.
I've gathered 30 different Bitcoin "faucets"—websites that pay out free Bitcoins just for loading up a page full of ads—and tested them to make sure they actually pay out. I started off with eight sites, but this update bumps that list to 30 different Bitcoin faucets that really pay.
We have a deal for you today on a 2 year VPN subscription from Private Internet Access. Terms of the deal allow you to connect up to five devices simultaneously with unlimited bandwidth. It offers more than 3,300 servers in 25 countries and regions, and encrypts your data using the Blowfish CBC algorithm. Our price on this service is $59.95, more than 60 percent off retail. Check out the deal listing for details.
We have a deal for you today on the ThinCharge iPhone 6/6S Battery Case, a thin battery case with a 2,600mAh capacity. You control the charging with a button, and there's an LED indicator for when it's doing it's thing. It has pass-through charging that charges your phone first, and then the case, when it's plugged in. You can get it through our deal for $56.99.
We have a developer tutorial designed for Apple TV today. Called tvOS and Swift 2 - The Apple TV Developer Course, this program features 17 hours of instruction. You'll create games and utilities, study the tvOS Focused Engine, Native Application Controls, Storyboards, and nib File support. You'll learn to use images and sound, and study Swift 2 and tvOS coding from the ground up. Check out the details in the listing.
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.
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