We have a deal for you today on Aeon Timeline 2 for both Mac and Windows. This tool is designed to help you organize even large projects and manage your workload. You can manage events, entities and relationships, dependencies, and even story timelines for novels and other creative writing. You can also link events with images, external documents, and websites to better track research and supporting documentation. You can get this license for both platforms for $19.99, but coupon code USA40 will get you another 40% off until 11:59PM tonight, February 20th. That brings the price down to $11.99.
We have a deal on DEVONthink Pro for the Mac. This software allows you to view and edit many documents inline, read webpages as if they were local documents, and file your information. You can also store your documents in a self-contained database and sync your data directly on the local network or on any USB stick or SD card w/ AES 256-bit encryption. It’s US$39.95 through us, half off retail.
Consumer Reports says: Samsung and Roku Smart TVs Vulnerable to Hacking. Read what you can do to secure your TV.
Live Home 3D Pro for Mac allows you to design residential buildings from the ground up. Sheds, living rooms, homes, or even a skyscraper, according to the company that makes it. We have a deal on it for $24.99,
but coupon code USA40 gives you another 40% off for a total price of $14.99 (coupon expired on February 20th). Check the listing for all the features.
I love the name of this new training course we’re offering through our deal site. It’s called “How to Make a Freaking iPhone App” and it’s designed around iOS 11 and Swift 4. You’ll get 24 hour per day access to 132 lectures and 16.5 hours of content. While the course retails for $200, we have it for $29. But, coupon code USA40 will get you another 40% off, for a total of $17.60.
We have a deal for you today on MacPaw’s Gemini 2 for Mac. This utility uses some smarts to find duplicate files on your Mac so you can delete them and recover storage space. It also learns what you delete and what you choose to keep so the cleanup process is continually improving. It’s $12.99 through us, 34% off retail.
We have a deal on the AirBolt Smart Travel Lock. It’s a Bluetooth lock for your luggage you open with your smartphone and open with a touch. And it relocks automatically if it’s not opened. It’s $54.99 through us, 31% off retail.
Check out the Lofree Poison, a portable Bluetooth speaker successfully funded on Kickstarter and Indiegogo. The company took a retro design and added a 20-watt amplifier and six hours of battery life. It’s $79.99 through our deal, 32% off retail.
Reviewing the new Apple HomePod on a very personal basis instead of thinking about what it’s designed to be for the customer is destined for difficulties.
We have a deal on a Lightning cable sheathed in steel. It’s called the TAMO Forever Steel Cable, and it comes in Rose Gold, Gold, Silver, or Black. It’s MFi-certified, too, and priced at $27.99 through us.
We have a deal on a family license for Photolemur Spectre, for both Mac and Windows. The software uses machine learning and photo recognition to adjust your photos. You can get it for $19 through us, 61% off retail.
We have a deal on a Qi charger for iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X wireless charging, one that’s handcrafted from North American walnut wood. It’s called the Takieso Walnut Qi Charger, and you can get it through us for $34.90.
We have a deal for you on a 1-year subscription to WhiteSmoke Premium, which bills itself as the “Intelligent, All-in-One Spelling, Style, and Grammar Police App.” WhiteSmoke checks your work for grammar, spelling, punctuation, and style errors, and you get a 1-year subscription for $19.99, 83% off retail.
If a company is going to be a player in the major OS market, it has to fight hard in the trenches and learn. It has to walk the walk of the highest levels of OS security and performance.
We have a deal on the Momo Stick Phone Grip, a clever little device that sticks to the back of your iPhone to give you a finger loop for a better grip. It’s just $8 through our deal.
We have a deal on a subscription to PocketSmith, a budget and accounts app for the Mac. In addition to synchronizing your income and outflow, PocketSmith will project how those things might look in the future. It has bill scheduling, the ability to break your budget into time periods meaningful to you, and more. A Premium 1 year subscription is $49.95 through our deal. There’s also an option for a Super subscription.
We have a deal on a TAMO Charge-N-Glow MFi-Certified Lightning Cable. In addition to being MFi-certified, this cable is coiled with LEDs that blink when they’re ready to charge in a visual metaphor for the energy flowing into your device. That’s fun! It’s $18.99 through our deal.
We have a deal on a three year subscription to VPN Unlimited. The service features unlimited bandwidth, servers in more than 70 locations and 24/7 support. They support a wide variety of languages, and it works on Mac, iOS, Android, Linus, and Windows. A 3 year subscription is $29.99 through us.
We have a deal for you on a 16GB USB 2.0 AES 256-Bit Encrypted Flash Drive. It features a keypad on top of the drive for a password to encrypt and decrypt the contents. It’s $59.99 through us.
The spectrum of reactions to the new HomePod ranges from “superbly Apple,” to “Doesn’t stand a chance.” Friday’s Particle Debris points to three articles that span the expected range of media coverage. Pick your favorite.