September 18, 2014 in Promotions (E)
[prMac.com] TLT, Russian Federation - Software discounters are a popular win-win model today: users receive quality software for a minimum price, while developers enjoy wider coverage, extra visibility and additional boost to App Store rankings. Which eventually turns to additional revenues, of course. MacAppStore is an ambitious discounter picking up the torch of the abandoned ZeroNinetyNine and based on this model.
MacAppStoreSale aims to bring a lot of great Mac apps for more than affordable price. Every week, the editorial staff of the website picks one app and puts it for sale for $0.99. The sale is time-limited. Currently, the service attracts new developers who never offered discounted software or rarely did. Therefore, users might expect many cool apps going for sale very soon.
The strength of MacAppStoreSale is based on two strict principles: regular weekly sales and manual selection of every app submitted for a weekly one-day sale. Indeed, often daily deal websites strive to offer to their users as many free titles as they can, completely ignoring quality of apps. Sometimes, the app is not functional at all! This can't be with MacAppStoreSale. Human editors manually review every submitted application, test it and pick the best offer for the next week. Only after, the app becomes available to public for the fixed price of $0.99 just for one day - the day of the sale.
"We already have a number of very cool Mac applications ready to be discounted", concludes Max Gapchenko, a CEO of MacAppStoreSale. "And our guys are constantly scouring App Store in search of the best apps we could offer for $0.99. Stay tuned!"
MacAppStoreSale is free for users, except for the price of a product that is being on sale, usually $0.99. Developers of the picked apps are paid according to MacAppStoreSale's rates calculated individually.
MacAppStoreSale is a new owner of the former ZeroNinetyNine web service. The company is founded by several Internet marketing professionals and web programmers in attempt to replenish the lack of discounter sites for Mac applications. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2013 MacAppStoreSale. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Mac OS X and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.