We have a deal for you today on Zools, a cloud-based backup and online storage service, plus it's a pay-what-you-want deal. Pay anything, even a penny, and get 50GB of Cold Storage—Zools's backup service—and 50GB of Instant Vault Storage—Zools's online storage and sharing service. Beat the average price, which at this writing is US$10.10, and you get 250GB of Cold Storage and 250GB of Instant Vault Storage. 10 percent of the profits go to Save the Children, and if you make the Top Ten at any point in the deal, you get one entry into a drawing for a $1,000 Apple Store gift card. We just launched this one, making it pretty easy to get there.
Check out the 2016 All-Star Mac Bundle, a collection of 11 Mac apps including BusyCal 2. There's also DEVONthink Personal, Crossover 15, Yummy FTP Pro, Find Any File, Downie 2, and five more. Purchased individually, these apps would be $263, but you can get them all through our deal for $24.99.
Sometimes keeping your Mac's drive healthy takes more than Disk Utility, and that's where Drive Genius 4 comes in. You can use it to find and fix a long list of issues, build bootable maintenance drives, improve your Mac's overall performance, remove duplicate files, look for corrupted files and folders, and more. Drive Genius 4 works with OS X 10.8 and newer. It's regularly priced at $99, but you can pick it up for 59 percent off at $39.99 thanks to TMO's deal.
Check out the Hardcore Hame Dev Bundle, a collection of 10 training courses covering a broad spectrum of game coding skills. SpriteKit in Swift, HTML 5 mobile gaming, iOS and OS X game development, C# Unity, and much more. This is one of our Pay What You Want bundles, too. Pay anything, as little as a penny, and get two of the courses. Beat the average price, which is $10.51 as of this writing, and you unlock all ten courses. 10% of the profit goes to Save the Children, and if you make the top ten any time, you get an entry into a giveaway.
We have a deal for you today on a two year subscription to Trust.Zone VPN. It works on iOS, Mac, Android, Windows Mobile, Linux, and Windows and features unlimited bandwidth through the VPN itself (your bandwidth limitations still apply). The service also comes with unlimited data transfer, and it allows up to three simultaneous connections. Check out the deal listing for more information. You can get this two year subscription for $35.99, an 81 percent discount off retail.
We have a deal today on Jamstick, a device that lets you play guitar through an iPad app without having a full-sized guitar. At 16.4 inches long and weight of 1 pound, 9 ounces, it's easy to carry. Its built-in battery can go up to 8 hours between charges, and you don't have to tune it (it's not a real guitar, after all). It also comes with a teaching app and two other apps on the App Store. You can get it for 40 percent off retail at $149.99 through our deal.
We have a deal for you today on Banktivity 5 for Mac (formerly iBank), a personal finance management app. It allows you to connect with all your bank accounts, including multiple banks, to help you pay your bills, see where you spend your money, and budget. You can set up and schedule payments, categorize expenses, and more. You can get Banktivity 5 for Mac through our deal for $39.99. a third off retail.
We have a deal for you today on PDFConverterOCR for Mac, software that will convert native and scanned PDFs to Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and more. It retains format, original fonts, and images, and it will also convert images with text into text documents. Check out the deal listing for more information. It's priced at $24.99 through our deal.
We have a bundle of six training courses designed to teach you how to develop for tvOS, the operating system on Apple's new Apple TV and App Store. The courses have more than 34 hours of video tutorials covering the gamut of developing apps for Apple TV. You can get it through our deal for $29, a huge discount off retail. Check out the deal for more information.
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