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It’s Back! The Omni Group Bundle Giveaway [Giveaways]

It’s Back! The Omni Group Bundle Giveaway [Giveaways]

It’s back by popular demand.! You have a chance to win $580 worth of stellar productivity apps from The Omni Group for your Mac thanks to Cult of Mac Deals.

If you’ve been on the lookout for some of the best productivity Mac apps on this planet, Cult of Mac Deals has got you covered. One lucky winner is going to take home 5 of The Omni Group’s top-notch apps that will level up both your home and work life.

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The iStack Mac Bundle Is Back! [Deals]

The iStack Mac Bundle Is Back! [Deals]

Black Friday is over – and that means The iStack Mac Bundle won’t be around forever. In this worthy sequel to the original bundle, we’ve got 10 killer apps (and a bonus e-course for the first 3000 buyers) lined up at a massive savings of 93% off the regular price you’d pay for them separately.

That’s right…you’ll get this Cult of Mac Deals offer for only $49!

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Officially Official: Omni Group’s Sync Now Non-Beta

Officially Official: Omni Group’s Sync Now Non-Beta

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Nerds who use Omni Group’s kick-ass task manager Omnifocus have a little bit of good news today. No, you still can’t export due tasks to a Google calendar shared with coworkers. You can, however, rely on the new non-beta status of the Omni Sync Server, which gets its official launch today. That’s not all: Sync is coming to all Omni’s apps.

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OmniOutliner: An Excellent All-Rounder For Writing, Research & More [50 Mac Essentials #44]

OmniOutliner

Some people can write prose with no apparent effort, seamlessly gliding from one paragraph to the next with nary a skip of a beat.

For the rest of us, an outliner can be an extremely useful tool for gathering, sorting and refining our thoughts: and OmniOutliner is one of the best outliners you can find.

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