This highly rated Adobe Lightroom alternative does the same job for a whole lot less [Deals]

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Don't end up paying monthly for Adobe Lightroom, Fotor is a great alternative.
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If you need to work on virtually any graphics project, Adobe Illustrator can likely handle your task. Of course, to finish that task, you may need a post-graduate degree. Because for all of its capabilities, actually deciphering Illustrator’s quagmire of filters, layers, effects and hundreds of additional bells and whistles is…well, not easy.

Get a bunch of super-cool apps to trick out your Mac for free [Deals]

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Snag some of these utility Mac apps for free!
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Every once in a while, you’ve got to let a doctor take a look at you and maybe even hit you with a flu shot or some extra vitamins before deeming you a-OK. Well, your Mac is just like you. So consider The Ultimate Q4 Mac Freebie Bundle a trip to the doc for your Mac.

Save 77% on the ‘Swiss Army Knife for iPhones’ [Deals]

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Gain fine-grain, intuitive control of the files on your iOS devices with this powerful iTunes alternative.
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Backing up or moving data around on an iOS device should be simple. Unfortunately, iTunes has some real limits in terms of flexibility. So for easy, broad control of iOS data, third party data managers are often the best bet.

Overcast comes to Mac in impressive Marzipan concept

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Marzipan is going to bring some great apps to the Mac when it launches.
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At WWDC last year, Apple shared a glimpse at the future of macOS. With their “Sneak Peek” of a framework, codenamed Marzipan, they previewed how macOS could support iOS apps in the future.

In macOS Mojave, Apple included a small set of “marzipan” apps – News, Stocks, Voice Memos, and Home – but the thing most people want to see is their favorite iOS apps on the Mac. Thanks to iOS developer Steve Troughton-Smith, we’ve started to get a pretty interesting idea.

Apple will drop Aperture support after macOS Mojave

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Still using Aperture? It might be time to give it up.
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Photographers still clinging to Apple’s discontinued imaging software, Aperture, must now deal with a ticking clock.

Apple announced Aperture will not get support from future MacOS past Mojave and have issued a support document encouraging Mac-based shooters to migrate their photo libraries.

Get the tools and training to build a world-class website [Deals]

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This bundle includes an intuitive website builder, responsive framework, and three packed lessons.
This bundle includes an intuitive website builder, responsive framework, and three packed lessons.
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These days, putting up a website is easy. But building one that works and looks great takes tools and knowledge. So this bundle of powerful web design platform, responsive web framework, and three lessons is a can’t-miss deal for anyone looking to make their mark online.