November 25

One of our favorite Mac apps is the beneficiary of a 50% discount today: Pixelmator for OS X is now $14.99. This powerful photo-editing software regularly goes for $30, today is the first time that we’ve seen it at this price in seven months. It is a match of the lowest that we’ve seen it go for.

Since the beginning, we’ve found Pixelmator to be an excellent alternative to other photo editing programs, such as Adobe Photoshop. Not only for its cost effective price but also for the powerful editing tools that make this the perfect software for hobbyist photographers and prosumers alike. Pixelmator has an all-time rating of 4.5/5 stars by over 3,600 App Store users.

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Amazon has discounted the entire line-up of Adobe Elements 14 products today, delivering some of the lowest prices that we have seen. Each of the deals today are available as digital downloads or physical discs for Mac or PC.

First up, Adobe Photoshop Elements 14 can be had for $59.99 with free shipping or download. Even better? Prime members can save an additional $20, dropping the final price to $39.99. Also available at B&H. This is a savings of 40% off the original MSRP and the lowest price we can find by $30.

While Adobe Photoshop CC is the ultimate photo editing suite, it can be overkill for users that just want simple tools to re-touch and edit photos. If you’re in that boat, Photoshop Elements 14 is the perfect companion to your digital library. It is the best-selling Photography software at Amazon. Looking for more power? Shop the entire selection of Adobe software. Rated 4.5/5 stars.


Next, Adobe Premiere Elements 14 is being discounted to $59.99 as a digital download or physical disc. Also available at B&H. Again, that’s good for 40% off the original listing and the lowest available.

For aspiring videographers looking for an iMovie-alternative, Premiere Elements is the way to go. This software allows users to organize videos and edit clips with a number of “powerful” tools. Additionally, you can share your videos and export to a variety of different mediums and services. Reviews are slim at the moment, but Adobe’s products are generally well-rated.

Looking to purchase both Photoshop and Premiere Elements? You can grab it as a bundle for $89.99 at Amazon or B&H.

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November 12

Apple has now handpicked Readdle’s PDF Expert 5 for iPhone and iPad as the new App Store Free App of the Week. Regularly $10, we have seen it dip down to $5 a few times, but this is the very first time the popular app has gone free on the App Store since its release in early 2014. It has a 4.5 star rating from 7,658 reviewers. Compatible with OS X Yosemite and El Capitan, Readdle also launched PDF Expert for Mac just this morning.

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Introducing the Big Mac Bundle at 9to5Toys Specials for $18.

The lineup includes some big names, such as the website design studio, RapidWeaver, and the personal scrapbook that is Ember. Voila is also well known as a screen capture tool, while Kinemac lets you create 3D animations in real time. You get an affordable alternative to Adobe Illustrator in Candy Apple, and Picture Collage Maker provides what its name implies. The ability to schedule the sending of emails comes courtesy of SendLater, while Leawo Blu-ray Ripper lets you bring HD movies onto your hard drive. Then there are the killer utilities: Deliver Express lets you set up hot folders, MacPilot provides easy access to OS X’s hidden features, Concealer allows you to protect sensitive files with passwords and encryption, MacBooster is all about optimization, and WiFi Radar Pro lets you troubleshoot network issues.

In total, it is $802-worth of high-quality OS X apps. The bundle takes 97% off the price, with instant access.


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While Polaroid has a number of unique camera products on the market like the recently released Wi-Fi connected Polaroid Cube+, it has always been known for its instant photographs. From the show floor at IFA 2015 in Berlin, the company has unveiled its latest mini shooter. It pulls the modern design of the Cube products into a more traditional point-and-shoot form factor along with the instantaneous results the brand is synonymous with: expand full story

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