Mac App Store Productivity Sale: Week 2
The world is awash with app bundles — shake a tree and one is sure to come down on your head. Perhaps that’s why Apple’s Mac App Store Productivity Sale isn’t getting much press. Nevertheless, it’s week two of Apple’s 50 percent off sale and the apps, as well as the prices, are pretty darned good.
Click through here for a full listing of the Mac App Store Productivity Sale Week 2 listings or click individual apps below for all of the details:
• Gemini: The Duplicate Finder ($4.99) — Quickly finds and will help you remove duplicates from your Mac. Make this routine task easy and fun with Gemini
• Unclutter ($1.99) — Your instant digital pocket for storing stuff like notes, links and files, saving your Desktop from clutter.
• Delicious Library 2 ($17.99) — Catalog, browse and share all of your books, movies, music, video games, gadgets and even clothes — rediscover your own home library.
• Together ($19.99) — Lets you keep everything in one place. Text, documents, images, movies, sounds, web pages and bookmarks can all be dragged to Together for safe keeping, tagged, previewed, collected together in different ways and found again instantly.
• Tree ($6.99) — An outliner featuring a horizontally expandable tree view.
• MindNode Pro ($9.99) — A powerful and intuitive mind mapping application. Its focus and flexibility make it the perfect tool for brainstorming and organizing your life — and iCloud sharing means you always have your mind maps with you.
• Compartments – Home Inventory ($6.99) — A fast, beautiful, easy-to-use home inventory application.
• DaisyDisk ($4.99) — Scans your hard disk and presents it as an interactive visual map where you can easily spot unusually large files and remove them to get more free space.
• Home Inventory ($9.99) — Makes keeping an up-to-date catalog of your possession simple and quick so you can stay organized and always prepared.
So, which would you rather pay — $49.99 for 10 apps, only one of which you actually want, or 50 percent off on the exact app you need? There are obvious advantages either way…
What’s your take?