We have a deal on the Revogi Smart Bluetooth LED Bulb, a smartbulb you don’t need a hub to control. It works over Bluetooth, and is controlled from an iPhone or Apple Watch app, or an Android device, if that’s your thing. You can control color and intensity, with support for 16 million colors. It’s $24.99 through us.
Mark Zuckerberg was in the audience that day in 2010, at AllThingsD, when Apple’s Steve Jobs told Walt Mossberg how his company works to protect customer privacy. And here’s a link to the video.
We have a deal on cloud storage service pCloud Premium Plus. It’s a one year subscription for 2TB of space, including 2TB of download bandwidth, all through a 256-bit TLS/SSL connection. One year is $29.99 through us.
We have a clever little device for today’s deal, ShutterGrip. It’s a grip that fits on your iPhone and it has a Bluetooth button for triggering your camera. It’s designed to make your iPhone (or Android device, if that’s your thing) easier to hold and balance while you’re snapping pics, and it fits on most devices with or without a case. This is one of those products I’d have made a Cool Stuff Found if we weren’t running it as a deal.
Check out the Ztylus Revolver M Series of camera lenses for iPhone 7/8, iPhone 7/8 Plus, and iPhone X. It comes with a case that has a magnetic attachment on the back. Attach the lens kit, and rotate the lens you want into place, as shown in the video. It comes with six lenses, including two telephoto lenses, macro, super macro, wide-angle, and fisheye. It’s $49.99 through us.
Alexa fans now have a way of adding Alexa to their cars with Muse, a device that sits between your iPhone (or Android device) and your car. It allows you to tap into Alexa for music controls, controlling your home Alexa devices, and more. Check out the deal listing for details.
We have a great deal for Arduino fans, a collection called the 2018 Arduino Enthusiast E-Book Bundle. Better yet, you can pay what you want. Pay anything, even a penny, and get one of the ebooks. Beat the average price ($10 as of this writing), and you’ll get all ten ebooks in the bundle. Beat the leader’s price, and you’ll be entered into a drawing for a Surface Book.
Neil Cybart at Above Avalon goes into considerable detail as he explains Apple’s strategy to control sound products. And that means, amongst other things, the dedicated headphone jack on the iPhone had to go.
We have a deal on PDFConverterOCR 5 for Mac. The name tells you what it does, but it also features advanced character accuracy and recognizes more than 200 languages. It’s $19.99 through us.
Check out the Atech Micro Bluetooth Receiver, a device that turns your wired headphones into wireless headphones. As you can see in the image, it’s quite small, making it easy to carry around, and it’s $19.99 through us.
We have a deal on a one year subscription to GOOSE VPN. The service includes 59 servers around the world, plus simultaneous use on an unlimited number of devices. Platforms supported include Mac, iOS, Windows, and Android. It’s $14.99 through us, and there are also three year and five year subscriptions.
We have a deal on NetSpot Pro for Mac, software that analyzes your Wi-Fi network. It also helps you visualize, manage, troubleshoot, audit, plan, and deploy wireless networks. A lifetime license for this app is $39 through us.
Check out the The 2018 Mac Essentials Bundle, a collection of 10 Mac apps that includes BusyCal 3, a 2 year VPN subscription, RollercoasterTycoon 3 Platinum, uBar 4, Flip PDF for Mac, and more. That’s a solid collection of apps, all for $19.99. Check out the details in the deal listing.
Google’s Chromebooks and office G-Suite are doing a good job of luring business and education away from Apple and Microsoft and into their fold. Here’s the analysis from Friday’s Particle Debris page 2.
We have a deal on a lifetime license for the Award Winning Speed Reading Bundle, which includes 7 Speed Reading EX and Spreeder CX. Both apps are designed to help you read faster—they both run on Mac, Windows, and Linux, and 7 Speed Reading EX also runs on iOS. The bundle is $15 through us.
Check out the FurniQi Bamboo Wireless Charging Side Table. As the name suggests, it’s a table that has a built-in Qi wireless charger and comes with a matching USB cable that connects to the table’s hidden electronics. It’s $149.99 through us.
Hey, check it out: we’re giving away an Apple HomePod with our friends at Stack Commerce. To enter, sign up for The Mac Observer’s deal emails—if you’ve already signed up, click the “Enter to Win” green button on the deal landing page. The Sweepstakes ends in 26 days, so giddy up!
We have a deal on a three year subscription of Pzizz Pro. This service works through an app on your iPhone (or Android device, if that’s your jam). I haven’t tested it, but it’s well-liked by some famous folks, including JK Rowling. In any event, it uses “psychoacoustic principles to ease your mind and ensure your sleep is as regenerating as it should be.” A three-year subscription is $49.99 through us, 83% off retail.
We have a deal on a pair of 1MORE Quad Driver In-Ear Headphones. They’re THX Certified, and were tuned by Grammy-winning sound engineer Luca Bignardi. As the name suggests, they also have four drivers in each ear. They’re $149.99 through us.