This super powerful, super slim battery can charge an iPhone or even a MacBook.

One super-slim battery can charge almost any device [Week’s Best Deals]


From a massively powerful and super slim battery to time-saving typing app and lots more, check out this week's best deals.
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While everyone’s freaking out about the state of the world, we here at the Cult of Mac Store are busy finding the best deals we can find. This week, we’ve got a single super-slim battery that can juice up anything from an iPhone to a MacBook, a full year of the uber-popular TextExpander app, a lifetime of powerful VPN protection, and a set of comprehensive courses in programming for iOS.

Get these deals while they last!

CoM - ZeroLemon ToughJuice QC 2.0 5-Port Power Bank
Recharge a smartphone, tablet or MacBook and more with this QC 2.0-enabled power bank.
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ZeroLemon ToughJuice 30,000mAh 5-Port Power Bank – 53% off

Whether it’s your phone, your tablet, your laptop, running out of power is too common and too big a headache not to carry around backup. The ZeroLemon ToughJuice is the only solution you really need, a high-capacity (30,000mAh) battery serving enough power to charge a smartphone up to ten times, a tablet twice. It can even fully charge a new USB-C MacBook. With three traditional USB ports, one QuickCharge 2.0 port and a USB Type-C port, you’ll run out of devices before you run out of power.

Buy now: Get a ZeroLemon ToughJuice for $59.99 — that’s a discount of 53 percent.

CoM - TextExpander- 1-Yr Single User Plan
Save time and keystrokes, and share this efficiency with friends, using an award-winning typing shortcut tool.
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TextExpander: 1-Year Single User Plan – 60% off

When you sit behind a keyboard for any length of time, you develop some bad habits that add up to wasted time and energy. TextExpander is a trusted tool for cutting out the most-used strings of text in your daily workflow, letting you to create custom shortcuts that populate any set of text or images you want. Whether coding, writing an article or composing an email, this powerful and versatile tool built on “snippets” can save you valuable minutes and even hours.

Buy now: Get a year of TextExpander or $19.98, a full 60 percent off the usual price.

CoM - OneVPN
Enjoy an ad-free, completely secure internet experience with this premium VPN service.
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OneVPN: Lifetime Subscription – 89% off

With all the stories of data leaks and identity theft, it’s a good idea to get protected. And a VPN is one of the best ways to do it. OneVPN is offering a great deal on its high speed, vastly distributed VPN network spread among 60 servers in 21 countries. Everything is protected with 256-bit encryption, with anti-malware and NAT firewalls for extra security. There are some extra benefits as well, like access to your favorite streaming content almost anywhere in the world.

Buy now: Get a lifetime of OneVPN for $49.99 — that’s a whopping 89 percent discount.

CoM - The Swift 3 Master Coder Bundle
Clocking in at over 80 hours, this bundle of lessons will get up up to speed for developing working iOS apps.
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iOS 10 and Swift 3 Starter Bundle – 93% off

One of the most rewarding and lucrative skills you can get these days is in developing for mobile, If you’d like to start coding for iOS, we’ve got the lesson bundle for you. Clocking in at over 80 hours of content, this lesson bundle will cover iOS 10 and its coding language, Swift 3, with hands-on projects that’ll leave you with a highly marketable new skill. Whether you’re brand new or a seasoned coder looking to brush up, this is a deal worth checking out.

Buy now: Get the iOS 10 and Swift 3 Starter Bundle for $45, a massive 93 percent off the usual price.


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