In the world of startups, marketing and business in general, few tools are as compelling as a good pitch deck. Presenting your ideas in a clean, classy way, you’re more likely to win over investors and partners.
Apple makes mean machines, but they’re only as useful as the apps you put into them. Finding the right software to fulfill all your wants and needs can be a challenge, which makes The World’s First Lifetime Mac Bundle a great opportunity for anyone looking to make the most of their Mac.
It delivers a lifetime of access — complete with all minor updates and major upgrades — to 10 top-shelf Mac apps in categories including productivity, security and creativity. From photo and PDF editing to password management and Wi-Fi network optimization, there’s something here for everyone. And right now, for a massive 96 percent off the usual price, you can get the whole set for just $39 at Cult of Mac Deals with coupon code “MACBUNDLE10”.
2017 is humming right along. OK, maybe more like crashing along. Nevertheless, we’re offering the best deals this side of the digital divide. This week, our top gear and gadgets include a 64GB thumb drive that doubles as a connector cable, a powerful app for unlocking PDFs, a portable battery pack that can charge almost any device, and a VPN subscription that’ll protect your online life.
Our computers are great at keeping all our data and documents in one place, but when it comes to staying organized we’re on our own. Not so with DEVONthink Pro, which uses a built-in AI to learn our habits and float the most useful files and information in real time.
The Cult of Mac store added a raft of awesome new gear, gadgets and apps this week. And below we’ve gathered some of the very best of the bunch for your weekend shopping pleasure.
We’ve got a bundle of Arduino tools and lessons, a powerful app for turning Apple Mail into a productivity platform, a full terabyte of cloud storage, and a fighter-jet-style head-up display for your car. Most of them are discounted by more than 80 percent. Read on for details!
Ah, Apple Mail. Every Mac users’ de-facto communications hub, it’s a convenient tool — but it’s not exactly feature-rich. It serves as a catch-all for our contacts and email conversations, but when it comes to productivity, Mail has a lot of untapped potential.
If you write code or create content, you’ve probably had to develop a way to keep the the distractions at bay. It’s hard to stay on task when a universe of distractions is right at your fingertips, but BlankPage makes the struggle a little less struggle-y.
Pages, Keynote and Numbers all got upgraded with the new real-time collaboration Apple gave us a glimpse of at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference. The new feature is still in beta, but it makes the apps more powerful than ever in the workplace by allowing teams to edit documents simultaneously.
All three of Apple’s productivity apps just came out of beta on iCloud.com, and Apple’s also updated all of them for both iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan. There’s a host of improvements and fixes both large and small for each app on each platform.
All the full specifications are over at Apple’s productivity suite landing page, but here are ten of the best improvements for this long-running, venerable suite of word processing, presentation, and spreadsheet apps from our favorite Cupertino-based company.