Sparrow For iPhone Now Just $0.99 For 48 Hours

Sparrow For iPhone Now Just $0.99 For 48 Hours

There’s never been a better time to buy Sparrow.

As I mentioned in my post about Sparrow for iPhone yesterday, it is by far my favorite mail client on both Mac and iOS. Despite a lack of push support — for now — Sparrow contains some really awesome features, which are detailed in my review. If you haven’t picked up this terrific app yet, now’s the best time, because it’s just $0.99 for the next 48 hours.

For Tuesday, June 19, and Wednesday, June 20, Sparrow for iPhone is reduced from $2.99 to just $0.99 — which is a steal. It will then go up to to $1.99 on Thursday, before returning to its original price of $2.99 on Friday.

Once again, if for some reason you’re yet to grab Sparrow from the App Store, now’s the best time.

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  • Kenozz

    “Brillant Maketing”  

    So lets sell Sparrow at a discount to as many folk as possible, 
    Then lets sell them “Push Notifications” at a premium in  a coulpe of months time 
    Genius 
  • MacHead84

    Whats this, a CoM story about Sparrow? I think we can pretty much set out clocks to CoM Sparrow stories by now. And the truth of the matter is e-mail on mobile devices for the mass public isnt even that important. The general population dont get 100s of emails a day so Google’s Gmail app paired with the mail.app for stringing into apps is more than sufficient. Most communication on mobile devices by the public is not done thru email its done thru messages, twitter, facebook, and phone. Email is a desktop item. Morons will “disagree” but thats the reality. Sparrow for Mac, a logical handy app. Sparrow for iPhone, nonsense. 

  • Mystakill

    @Kenozz,

    …and then sell them the iPad version at a higher price sometime down the road, then nickle & dime them with a push subscription for that as well!

  • Mystakill

    @MacHead84,

    Morons are those who call others morons because they don’t use email for real correspondence, business, school, etc.  Anyone with their own domain, who uses subdomains and/or catchalls (look them up) will tell you that Gmail is *still* not a sufficient solution.

  • MacHead84

    @MacHead84,

    Morons are those who call others morons because they don’t use email for real correspondence, business, school, etc.  Anyone with their own domain, who uses subdomains and/or catchalls (look them up) will tell you that Gmail is *still* not a sufficient solution.

    Called it…..as you clearly cant read, my post was about the MASS public. businesses schools and owners of subdomains ( I honestly laughed out loud at that sad inclusion) are NOT the mass public Moron! You just a CoM tool who is too stupid to realize Sparrow gives this lame site a kickback for its 24/7 promotion of a shoddy application that does nothing of value.

  • Jerry Mac

    Push notifications as a subscription service. LMFAO!

  • MrsCleaver

    Drat!! Based on your post yesterday I immediately bought Sparrow for my iPhone… for $2.99. It pays to be patient, but I wasn’t!

  • Rob Klaproth

    What a joke… Does CultofMac own stock in Sparrow? No thanks, I’m perfectly happy with the built in tools Apple Provides.

  • Mystakill

    …..as you clearly cant read, my post was about the MASS public. businesses schools and owners of subdomains ( I honestly laughed out loud at that sad inclusion) are NOT the mass public Moron! You just a CoM tool who is too stupid to realize Sparrow gives this lame site a kickback for its 24/7 promotion of a shoddy application that does nothing of value.

    My family owns its own domain, and each of us has our own subdomain, which we use for email and web sites; how is that “sad”? It sounds to me like you must have nobody to talk to…

    Personally, I couldn’t care less whether or not CoM is a Sparrow shill; it’s easy enough to just ignore the fluff pieces. This is just one of dozens of sites in my news feeds, so coverage elsewhere tends to balance things out.

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Killian BellKillian Bell is a freelance writer based in the UK. He has an interest in all things tech, but most enjoys covering Apple, anything mobile, and gaming. You can follow him on Twitter via @killianbell, or through his website.

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