Tweetbot Stories December 22, 2015

Digits, the calculator for humans on iOS drops to just $1 (Reg. $4)

Along with a massive list of iOS/Mac apps on sale for the holidays, our favorite calculator for iPhone and iPad has now received a significant price drop. Digits, the calculator for humans is regularly listed at $4, but can now be downloaded for just $1. Outside of a one day sale back in February, this is matching the lowest we have seen it go for.

Before you head below for more details on what Digits is capable of, be sure to hit our holiday deals on Pixelmator, 1Password, DuckTales, Tweetbot and many more:

So, why do so many humans love Digits? Its uniquely correctable tape means never worrying if you entered a calculation correctly. Make a mistake? Tap any entry on the tape to correct it (or edit, insert, copy and more). Then, add a label/comment and email or print the tape.

Digits is great for:

Adding up expenses, labeling and emailing them Doing a quick calculation and being able to double-check and correct entries with ease Entering a long series of calculations and then emailing it to yourself for import into Numbers or Excel Quickly calculating a couple scenarios by editing any previous entry to automatically update the total Easily creating a grand total from a number of previous calculations with flagging Keeping a series of short calculations available for later reference Sharing via email, printed output or by files. EASY: perfect for a quick calculation, powerful enough for pages of them. MADE FOR iPad: uses the whole iPad display to leave cramped buttons behind. MADE FOR iPhone: all of the iPad features on an interface designed just for iPhone. TAPE: never lose track of what you’ve entered. PRINT: print-quality output with AirPrint (where available). SHARE: Use iTunes File Sharing to backup and share .digits tape files to other Digits Calculator users and your other iOS devices. EMAIL: tap to email your tape.

iOS Universal: Digits, the calculator for humans: $1 (Reg. $4)

Head over to our games/apps hub for all the best deals over the holidays across every platform.

expiredApp Santa discounts 20 popular iPhone, iPad, and Mac apps by up to 60%

Over the last few years, indie developers have banded together just before Christmas Day to discount top iOS and Mac apps for new customers. The sale is called App Santa and includes popular apps like Tweetbot for Mac, Pcalc, Screens, Deliveries, and over a dozen other highly recommended apps for iPhone, iPad, and Mac. App Santa doesn’t last long though so check out the full list below to save some money on quality apps.

Tweetbot Stories October 12, 2015

expiredGames/Apps: Wii U Mario 3D World bundle $250, NBA 2K16 $50, Dishonored DE $26, freebies, more

In today’s best game/app deals, we spotted another very notable Wii U deal this morning on Best Buy’s official eBay store. You can grab the Nintendo Wii U 32GB Console Super Mario 3D World and Nintendo Land Bundle for $249.99 shipped. We tend to see this bundle drop down to $259.99 when it goes on sale on eBay, making today’s deal one of the lowest totals we see on Wii U. In case you missed it from over the weekend, Target has the Mario Kart 8 Wii U bundle for $270 shipped. We are also seeing the MK8 bundle drop down to $274.99 at both Amazon and Best Buy, which may be desirable to some based on Prime/shipping benefits and more.

Also on eBay, we are seeing our first direct notable discount on NBA 2K16, outside of bundle deals and console add-ons. Buy (99.1% Positive feedback) via eBay Daily Deals has the PlayStation 4 version of NBA 2K16 for $49.99 shipped right now (Reg. $60).

After a pretty solid weekend for console game deals at Amazon, today we are seeing titles like Mario Party 10 down to $34.99 Prime shipped (Reg. $40), Dishonored Definitive Edition on Xbox One (Prime only) for $26.25 shipped (Reg. $35+) and you’ll still find Splatoon on Wii U for $44.99 shipped.

The PSN $15 in credit for purchases over $100 is still on, and now we are seeing a number of $20 game sales on titles like LittleBigPlanet 3The Order: 1886inFAMOUS Second SonKnackKillzone Shadow Fall and more.

In case you missed it from last Friday, 1Password for Mac has dropped to $30 (Reg. $50). That’s the lowest price ever via the Mac App Store.

Down below we have the rest of today’s iOS deals including Big Bad Sudoku Book, PDF PROvider, Paint FX : Photo Effects Editor:

Ongoing game deals/promotions:

Tweetbot Stories October 6, 2015

Tweetbot for Mac drops to $10 (Reg. $13)

As you may have noticed over on 9to5Mac, Tweetbot for Mac was updated this morning with several new features. Alongside the update, developer Tapbots has now dropped the price down to $9.99. Previously listed at $12.99, today’s deal is matching the lowest we have seen it go for on the Mac App Store. The “award winning” Twitter client has a 4.5 star rating from over 1,900 reviewers. You can get the full picture of what Tweetbot for Mac has to offer in our review.

…beautiful interface, animations, support for Retina Displays and Notification Center…If you use Tweetbot on iOS, your timeline, unread status, and mute filters will automatically stay in sync so you can always continue where you left off across devices.

Mac: Tweetbot for Twitter: $10 (Reg. $13)

Head over to 9to5Mac for all the details on today’s update and be sure to check out our daily game/app roundups for more deals across all platforms.

Tweetbot Stories July 20, 2015

Tweetbot, (just about) everyone’s favorite Twitter app has dropped to its lowest price ever today on the Mac App Store. Regularly listed at $19.99, before it dropped to $12.99 last month, you can now pickup Tweetbot for Mac for $9.99. The “award winning” native Twitter client has a 4.5 star rating from over 1,800 reviewers.

With today’s discounted price and all of the problems competitor app TweetDeck seems to have been experiencing lately, now might be the time to jump ship

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