This website and its associated social media accounts are run solely by myself, Mark Miller. The opinions I express are my own at the time of writing and do not necessarily reflect the views of my sponsors, guest writers, my family, my pet gerbil (RIP), or necessarily myself at a different time. I reserve the right to change my opinion, to hold schizophrenically incompatible views, and to believe in Santa Claus if I want to.

Do not ever, for any reason, take anything I say as investment advice. Doing so may cause you to lose your savings, your house, and lead to global economic collapse. Or it may cause you to earn enough to buy a new Mac Pro. It’s really a toss-up, so the risk is all yours, but don’t say I didn’t warn you. I do hold shares of Apple stock and have holdings in multiple mutual funds that have holdings in companies about which I write. However, if this blog could influence the market enough to make myself money through undue influence…well, let’s just say I wouldn’t being wearing an Apple Watch Sport edition.

This website is not associated with any company, business, or product mentioned within its articles. When a company or business has paid for a sponsorship, articles written for that sponsor will clearly be labeled “sponsor.”

#AppDeals, #MovieDeals, and #AmazonDeals on this website & tweeted via @MDMDeals or @MarkDMill should not be construed as recommendations unless explicitly stated as such.

FTC Notice (per 16 CFR Part 255)
Links to products on iTunes, Amazon, Smile Software, and MacPhun software may give me a small percentage of sales as commission. These funds received help cover the expense of running this website and of evaluating apps to recommend. 
Though I financially benefit from these sales, I do my best to only identify items that I would think worthy of your time and I only recommend those which I would recommend without any financial incentive. I tend to write about apps or products that I already own and enjoy, so I believe there is no conflict of interest. However, I am fully aware of how incentives can skew perspectives, which is why I am disclosing this here.

On occasion, companies may give me a free product or application to test or to review. If I find the product/application valuable, I will keep it, which could be considered financial compensation. However, my goal and promise is always to (1)  explicitly identify when this has occurred, (2) be as objective in my assessment as I am humanly able to be.

Other Disclaimers:
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Disclaimers updated 1/12/17