Yahoo! has rolled out a new update to the Yahoo! Mail app for iOS that introduces support for multiple accounts and Yahoo! Small Business email.
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Plain and simple, managing your finances can suck. The app featured in this Cult of Mac Deals offer was created to change that.
Moneydance sports an easy-to-use interface and its syncing capabilities make for a streamlined experience that will get you saving your money, rather than washing it away. It easily handles online banking, account management, budgeting, and investment tracking all in this single application and the best part — you don’t have to pay thousands of dollars to hire a financial manager.
There’s another part that’s pretty great as well – Cult of Mac has it for just $25 for a limited time.
Apple has added a new promotional page to its website for iOS 7, targeting business users who will be using iPhones and iPads in a professional capacity. “iOS 7 offers more advanced ways to deploy devices and deliver a great user experience for your employees,” the Cupertino company says, before highlighting the many ways in which iOS 7 can benefit business users.
If you lean more toward the creative side, web design is for you! Don’t be intimidated by code, design is a fun hobby that can turn into a fruitful side gig or lucrative career. With an abundance of sharp themes and templates, just about anyone can create a clean-looking site.
This Cult of Mac Deals offer will help you take it to the next level with The Dynamic Website Design Course – and for only $39!
What we’ve got here is arguably the coolest and most functional iPad case design yet with the ExoShift. Most iPad cases only cover your iPad’s screen. This premium faux leather slip case not only covers your tablet in style, but serves as an adjustable stand.
And we’ve got it for only $32.99 during this limited time offer from Cult of Mac Deals.
If you’ve been looking for an innovative and versatile stand for your tablet, then look no further because Cult of Mac Deals has a great offer lined up for you. It’s called KUBI.
The KUBI has two things really going for it right off the bat: a quality design and an amazing user experience. It allows you to connect with anyone via video conferencing and it also gives you the freedom to look around the room in real-time, which truly makes using KUBI a one-of-a-kind experience. The other things it has going for it is the pre-sales price we’ve got here at Cult of Mac Deals – only $259.
If you’re struggling to stay within your smartphone data plan each month, then maybe one of AT&T’s new shared data plans might be better for you. The company is now offering 30GB, 40GB, and 50GB tiers starting at just $300 per month. That’s right, per month. That’s with unlimited calls and texts included. Bargain, right?
One of the biggest challenges with new businesses is acquiring customers. It can be a nightmare when it comes to getting that first customer to buy something on your site or walk in your doors. But thanks to this offer from Cult of Mac Deals, you won’t need to worry about that anymore.
This interactive, step-by-step guide isn’t simplistic courseware or general sales tips, but a comprehensive, real-world process for implementing a successful customer acquisition strategy. You can apply the key tasks unveiled in this guide to your business strategy and start honing your customer base as early as today. – and you can get what you need to do it for only $18!
Apple has made the iPhone more enterprise-friendly with almost every release of iOS, but some might say the company’s popular smartphone still isn’t ideal for business. When I say “some,” I mean Samsung. The Korean company just released a strange new advert to promote the enterprise features of its Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II, and it couldn’t help but bash the iPhone and even BlackBerry devices at the same time.
I didn’t expect Card Now to actually make me laugh, but it did. The idea of a business card-conjuring trick app made me shiver with horror – why would I inflict such a thing on other people?
But the reality, when I tried it out, was hilarious. When I “magically” pulled a freshly-printed business card off of my phone’s screen and into the real world, people’s reactions were delightful. I ended up laughing out loud.