May 29, 2012 in Promotions
[prMac.com] Edmond, Oklahoma - Two Dollar Tuesday launched its second Mac App Store mini-bundle today, with three top-ranking Mac App Store apps available for over 80% off - only $1.99 USD each. Each application has a 4.5 star average rating in the Mac App Store, and is regularly priced at at least $9.99 USD.
The apps available in today's promotion include:
WriteRoom (regularly $9.99) is the original distraction free writing application. Unlike the cluttered word processors most users are accustomed to, WriteRoom lets the user focus on writing. WriteRoom offers a full-screen, minimal writing experience, and the latest version includes themes to customize the backgrounds, textures and sounds.
Chronicle (regularly $14.99) is an easy way to manage your bills. Chronicle keeps track of the user's bills, and reminds them when each one is due. It also remembers the user's payment history for each bill, and organizes scanned or downloaded receipts by date, so the user can quickly find and view them for reference or proof of payment.
Codebox (regularly $11.99) is a powerful, full-featured snippet manager for developers and designers. Codebox organizes and highlights the users code snippets for over 100 different syntaxes. It allows users to organize code using folders and smart groups. In addition, it can automatically expand code using abbreviations. It is designed to be an indispensable tool for any developer.
All three apps are available from Two Dollar Tuesday, but unlike other deal sites, purchases are routed through the Mac App Store, so customers are getting the full Mac App Store deal.
Since Two Dollar Tuesday apps are available directly from the Mac App Store, users never have to remember or enter product serial numbers. "Customers prefer to purchase apps in the Mac App Store," says Two Dollar Tuesday founder Mike Dattolo, "Because they enjoy the convenience of having all their app purchases in one place, and they don't have to mess with serial numbers."
In addition to being consumer-friendly, founder Mike Dattolo says that Two Dollar Tuesday is beneficial to developers. "The hardest problem independent developers have to tackle is is obscurity - finding a way to get their apps noticed," he says. Since Two Dollar Tuesday apps are sold through the Mac App Store, the increased purchases help propel the applications up to higher spots in the App Store charts, making more people aware of them.
Two Dollar Tuesday was founded by developer Mike Dattolo in 2012 in order to connect people with independent Mac App developers. Copyright (c) 2012 Two Dollar Tuesday. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.