Note: The deals below are for 2016. The Black Friday deals of 2017 are now live on my new dedicated website, mdmdeals.com — now with over 11 ways to get the deals!
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There are over 4,100 apps on sale for Thanksgiving and Black Friday. I’ve gone through them all so you don’t have to and curated a list of the top high-quality apps that are worthy of your consideration.
This post will be updated frequently, so make sure to check back! You can also follow my dedicated AppDeal Twitter feed, @MDMDeals for a curation of the best deals each day. Continue reading
Here are some fantastic apps on sale!
I’ve gone through 3400+ apps on sale & curated the best app deals for you. Rather than give you a list of hundreds of app names w/o explanation, I’m giving you just the cream of the crop with a brief explanation of what it is and does. I hope you enjoy! Continue reading
Every so often, I recommend an app that I think belongs on anyone’s iPhone or Mac. Today I’m recommending CopyFeed, the best clipboard manager for iOS that I’ve ever used. There are many clipboard managers out there, but CopyFeed stripped away everything to its bare essence to create an incredibly fast and easy way to manager multiple clips. Continue reading
In this watchscreen series, I ask someone to share their watchscreen, examining how they’re using Apple Watch, what apps are useful, and any tips or tricks they have. This week, I’ve asked Binyamin Goldman (Twitter, Blog) to share his screen.
Binyamin is a technology journalist who writes for WatchAware, whose articles have been featured by The Verge, and who is behind the Apple In series on Medium. He’s also the founder & CEO of BZG, Inc, an app development company behind apps like Coherence. I’ve enjoyed reading his thoughts and think you will as well!
So, Binyamin, show us your watchscreen! Continue reading
This week there are some great deals on apps that I highly recommend–and rather than recommending just one, I want to recommend Fantastical, Workflow, and 1Password. Here’s why I love each one so much: Continue reading
Rather than follow my typical pattern, in which I recommend one specific app, I want to make you aware of some tremendous deals on top-notch, highly recommended, it-doesn’t-get-better-than-this apps. Continue reading
Every so often, I recommend an app that I think belongs on anyone’s iPhone or Apple Watch. Today I’m recommending Overcast, the hands-down best podcast player I’ve ever seen or used. For years, I had used Apple’s podcast player and was relatively happy with it. But as I listened to more podcasts and the syncing got increasingly worse, I looked for another player–and I am so glad I did because of how good it is. Continue reading
Recommended App: Due
Each week, I want to recommend an app that I think belongs on anyone’s iPhone or Apple Watch. Today I’m recommending Due, the best timer/reminder iPhone & Apple Watch app out there. If you have repeating reminders of activities, Due is a far superior experience to the standard Reminders app. Not only Due has a fantastic Watch app (whereas Apple doesn’t), but it has terrific and customizable snoozing settings.
This week, I’m recommending World Time Widget, made by Lewis Smith. If you’re like me, you know and interact with people across multiple time zones. Coordinating meetings and calls with different time zones is a pain, especially if the calls are international. Then, just when I feel like I’m used to the time zones, Daylight Savings Time starts/ends and I have to remember which states and which countries shifted, which didn’t, and I have to relearn it all over again. Ick. I realized I was spending valuable mental energy trying to figure this stuff out and why not get an app for that? Rather than an app I have to open up, what if there was an app that put that info in a Today widget so it was always available with one swipe? Enter World Time Widget, a dead-simple app that solved this problem for me. Continue reading