Wipe out 99% of spam calls for 2 years with the RoboKiller app

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Get 2 years without spam calls for $40
Turn the tables on spammers with this deliciously devious app.
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How annoying is it when you think you’re about to get an important call, but it turns out to be spam? Think of how much time you’ve lost — and how much stress you’ve gained — from thinking you’re getting a call from work or family, but it’s actually some spammer asking if you’re satisfied with your car insurance.

RoboKiller Spam Call and Text Blocker will eradicate those time-sucking spam calls from your life. For a limited time, you can get two spam-free years for $39.99. That’s 24 solid months without robots asking for your credit card information every day.

Plus, with RoboKiller’s answer bot, you can flip the script and start wasting spammers’ time for a change!

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Wondershare PDFelement 8.0 is a full-featured PDF editor.
PDFelement 8.0 is a full-featured PDF editor.
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Top-rated iScanner app turns your iPhone into a fully functional digital office

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Scan documents & more with this helpful app
This app lets you scan anything -- documents, ID cards, books, receipts, etc. -- using just your iOS device.
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With all the sweeping changes of the last year, one thing seems to be sticking around (and maybe for the better): remote work opportunities. It seems that one out of four Americans will continue to work from home — and by 2025, approximately 36.2 million Americans will work remotely.

That’s an 87% increase from previous years! And while the added flexibility and increased work/life balance that can accompany remote work might be beneficial, not having immediate access to common office machines can certainly decrease productivity. Luckily, you don’t need to spend a lot of money on office equipment: This iScanner App: Lifetime Subscription allows you to easily scan, edit and organize documents, books, receipts, forms and more, right from your iPhone or iPad.

Spike email app adds audio and video calls for macOS and iOS

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Spike email app adds audio and video calls right in your inbox.
Spike email app adds audio and video calls right in your inbox.
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Popular email app Spike, which strips down emails to make them more like chats or test messages, just added audio and video calls. The update means Spike users can readily communicate in real time — and skip switching to Zoom, FaceTime or another videoconferencing app.

Music lovers can’t pass up this great deal on a vocal remover app

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This AI-powered vocal remover app contains the most innovative technology in the music industry.
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Calling all DJs, singers, composers, songwriters, music educators and other music enthusiasts. If you’ve spent too much time trying to manually split a song or remove the vocals, it’s time to upgrade your technology. The EasySplitter Pro Vocal Remover will split any song into four separate STEMs — vocal, instrumental, drums and bass — and now you can get a lifetime subscription for only $39.99. That’s a huge discount off its regular price of $599.

Protect your internet connection with this lifetime VPN

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KeepSolid VPN
KeepSolid VPN is the best solution to protect your online activity and browse restriction-free for life.
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There are plenty of moments where you need to use your data or internet connection — like during your morning commute to check on a work email or when connecting to a new flight in-between destinations. Unfortunately, a myriad of bad things might happen along the way, whether you’re using a public or private Wi-Fi connection (or even your own data).

Shield yourself from hacking attempts, spying and more when you browse the web with this KeepSolid VPN Unlimited: Lifetime Subscription, available now for just $39.99, 80% off its list price.

Blast off with space games and female erotica [Awesome Apps of the Week]

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Blast off with space games and female erotica [Awesome Apps of the Week]
These apps are out of this world.
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Space: the final frontier. And kinda sorta the theme of this week’s roundup of new and updated apps.

We’ve got an app that brings Star Trek, NASA and Tetris faces to Apple Watch. A free iOS game that will get arcade fans flashing back to Asteroids. And an audio app for women that blends erotica, meditation and ASMR for a trip deep into inner space.

I’m not sure how Godzilla and Kong fit into the space theme, but they crash onto the scene as well. (If only we had SpaceGodzilla.) Three … two … one …

Apps for old-school gamers and our brave new future [Awesome Apps of the Week]

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A handful of new and updated apps for your perusal.
A handful of new and updated apps for your perusal.
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We’ve got a mix of “new” new and “old” new in this week’s roundup of the best apps for iOS devices and Macs.

A new scoring app frees board game players from pesky pens and pencils, and a new avatar app gives users a futuristic way to establish and secure their online identities. Meanwhile, upgrades to well-known apps Brave (a fast web browser for privacy freaks) and Carrot Weather (a sarcastic weather app for masochists) gain interesting new features. Image-editing app Photo Sense and Luna Display also got big upgrades.

These new apps will keep you productive and entertained [Awesome Apps of the Week]

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Whether you're tweaking your Mac or playing around, these apps will help.
Whether you're tweaking your Mac or playing around, these apps will help.
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It’s Sunday, and you’re staring at your computer. What’s it gonna be? Work or fun?

Some of the new and upgraded apps in this week’s roundup put an array of clever tools at your disposal if you’re feeling productive. You can free up space on your Mac’s hard drive, download YouTube videos or give your Home app a makeover.

Others focus on fun. They give you new ways to flex your creativity and stay entertained — and maybe even get paid while doing so. Time to dig in!