Today's deal is for a lifetime subscription to more than 720 video lectures—and counting—for iOS developer and Xcode training. You'll learn Apple's Swift programming language, Objective-C, and much more. Check out the details on the deal page. The retail value for this bundle almost US$8,000, but through our deal you can get it for $99. Happy coding!
We have a deal on lifetime access to more than 5,000 hours of video tutorials for Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Lightroom, and Premier. Learning how to use them, let alone learning how to make the most of them, comes with a steep learning curve, and Adobe likes to rewrite its own UI rules with each new version. Thanks to our friends at StackSocial, you can get lifetime access to more than 5,00 Adobe-Authorized training videos for just $79—an 84% discount—but the deal ends in two days.
Check out our deal on the Sesame 2. It's a keyfob that will lock your Mac when you walk away and unlock it when you come back. Without you doing anything. It's small enough, you could keep it on your keyring, attach it to a lanyard or your ID badge, or just keep it in your pocket. Stack Social is sending me one, and I'll be reviewing it. For now, though, you can get one for $29, $10 off the regular price.
I know a lot of people have registered for our iMac giveaway with Stack Social. If you haven't, best get to it because, "All entries must be received by 11:59 PM PST on 2/11/15." To register, visit the giveaway deal page and hit the enter now button. You'll be signing up to receive deal emails from us, which you should do anyway. The drawing will be held on Wednesday, February 11th, so you won't even have to wait long to find out if it's you! Good luck!
I have one of those products that I'd be telling you about in a Cool Stuff Found post if I didn't have a deal for you, instead. It's called ChargeTech, and it's a portable battery with both a USB port for your mobile devices and a three-prong plug for your laptop. Come on, that's way cool! The battery in this thing stores 12,000mAh of juice. That's enough for many, many hours of operation on the last couple of generations of Apple's MacBook Air, and you could charge just your iPhone until the cows come home. It retails for $270, but through our deal you can get it for $185. There's a separate deal on the 18,000mAh one for $205, too. Never search for an outlet again—if you use your laptop on the go, that's music to your ears.
Mammoth Interactive has a course on Apple's WatchKit that walks you through creating six sample apps for Apple Watch. It covers an inspirational quote app, betting game, productivity timer, maps, geolocation, and Twitter. It also teaches you how to transport iPhone data (for instance, HealthKit data) to Apple Watch, and it teaches you Apple's human interface guidelines for the device. There are five hours training in the course, and it's yours for $29.99 through our deal.
We have an exclusive deal for you today on five premium subscription services: for $59.99, you'll get 1 year of Evernote, Pocket, Wunderlist, and LastPass, plus three months of DropBox Pro. Bought separately, you'd pay $182, making our deal killer—especially if you just want to try them on for a while and see how you like them. Oh. you'll also get 8 weeks of New York Times Digital Subscription. Because these are subscriptions, you can use them on every device supported by these services. It's a great deal, and Stack Social told us it's available for only 7 days.
If you do a lot of typing on your iPhone or iPad, you might want a keyboard. We have a deal on a foldable, portable, wireless keyboard called myType. It's small enough to fit in your pockets when folded (if you have big pockets), and it's designed to work with iPhone, iPad, or any other Bluetooth-enabled device. it's powered by a rechargeable Lithium Ion battery, and through our deal you can get it for $49.99.
If you've been thinking about trying out antivirus software on your Mac, we have a deal that will let you do it for free. It's a 6-month subscription for Bitdefender Antivirus Software for Mac, and you can get it for free through our friends at Stack Social. It works with Lion, Mountain Lion, Mavericks, and Yosemite. There's additional information on the deal's page.
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