App Store with discounts on productivity apps

Applications Productivity

Apple has started a new iOS app campaign on the App Store, offering a 50% discount on a wide range of productivity applications.

Apple recently launched an iOS App Store promotion called ┬źImprove your Productivity┬╗, where the company is incorporating a 50% discount on 14 applications, but only for a limited time. Applications that are part of the promotion include the PDF editing tool, PDF Expert 5, the PCalc calculator application, the Moleskine Timepage calendar application, and more. This means that users can buy applications that are part of the promotion at half price of its usual cost in the App Store. The promotion is likely to be in effect for one week only, since in previous campaigns like this last one it is Thursday through Thursday, but Apple did not clarify it specifically.

All applications that are part of the agreement are productivity applications that allow users to create to-do lists, convert currencies, scan documents, edit PDF files, and more. Applications known as Things, Clear and Deliveries are also on sale with 50% discount. If there are applications on the list that could normally have a very high price, but now you probably want to make the purchase with the offer that Apple is presenting.

Mac versions of PCalc, Clear, Things, Prizmo, and 1Password They are also being sold at half price, which is certainly interesting, since the "Improve Your Productivity" campaign does not apply to the Mac App Store. Like the iOS promotion in the App Store, it is not clear how much time the Mac version of these applications will be on sale with the discount.

Take a look below for the full list of apps that are part of Apple's "Improve Your Productivity" campaign:

iOS Apps

AmountPlus -> originally $ 1,99, now $ 0,99

Carbo -> originally $ 7.99, now $ 3,99

Clear -> originally $ 4,99, now $ 1,99

Deliveries -> originally $ 4.99, now $ 1,99

Draft 4 -> originally $ 9.99, now $ 4,99

Due -> originally $ 4,99, now $ 1,99

Duet Display -> originally $ 15.99, now $ 7,99

Genius Scan + -> originally $ 6,99, now $ 2,99

Moleskine Timepage -> originally $ 4,99, now $ 1,99

numbers -> originally $ 9.99, now $ 4,99

PCalc -> originally $ 9.99, now $ 4,99

PDFExpert 5 -> originally $ 9.99, now $ 4,99

Prism -> originally $ 9.99, now $ 4,99

thinks -> originally $ 9.99, now $ 4,99

Mac applications

1Password -> originally $ 49.99, now $ 24.99

Clear -> originally $ 9.99, now $ 4,99

PCalc -> originally $ 9.99, now $ 4,99

Prizmo -> originally $ 49.99, now $ 24.99

thinks -> originally $ 49.99, now $ 24.99


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