Update: All codes have been claimed. Thanks to Kane for making this deal possible! If you didn’t get a free code, check out MacID anyway–it’s one of my favorite apps & its Apple Watch app uniquely leverages the Watch!
I am excited to announce that the developer of MacID, Kane Cheshire, featured in this week’s Watchscreen, is giving away 20 copies of MacID free to readers of markdmill.com! Just click on a link below to redeem it!1
Clicking/copying/using a code indicates you accept Apple’s terms & conditions regarding redemption codes. You may not sell, barter, or transfer a code for any reason or for any benefit, including, but not limited to: money, promotions, reviews, Twitter followers, friendships with shallow people, or slot toasters.
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Thanks Kane for making this deal possible! If you didn’t get a free code, check out MacID anyway–it was one of my favorite apps on iPhone even before it became one of my favorite apps on Apple Watch!
1. If the link does not work, then copy the code, open iTunes, click “redeem,” and enter the code! (“Redeem” is at the bottom of “Featured” section on iOS; in the “iTunes store” panel of main iTunes page on Mac). For more detailed directions, go to Apple’s support page.↩️