Where do you keep your Passwords? No More Sticky Notes!

June 8, 2014 at 11:31 am (1Password, Apple, Applications, Current Events, iDevices, iPhone/iPod Touch, Productivity, Products, shareware) (, , , , )

I realize I’ve been hyping the fantastic 1Password app quite a bit lately.  There’s a good reason for that.  It’s the best.  If you care anything about your data, you owe it to yourself to protect it.  That means using 1Password. 

 

Friends frequently ask me what 1Password is, what it does, why they need it, and many other questions.  I’d gotten my “elevator spiel” down to about a minute or so, but I was afraid of being inconsistent, or leaving out something important, (especially with all the new features added recently), or just freezing up (it happens sometimes). But, now there is something even better. 


Now there is a real video, complete with snazzy soundtrack, that can be clicked and watched again and again. Keep watching until you realize that you cannot go another minute without the muscle that 1Password provides.   

 

Enjoy this brief video, then head on over to 1Password and pick up a copy today.  


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Start Your New Year with Day One

January 1, 2014 at 6:43 pm (Applications, iDevices, iPhone/iPod Touch, Personal, Productivity, shareware, writing) (, , , , , )

Happy New Year!  Another year beginning, another year ending, resolutions to make, resolutions to break.  I’m not being pessimistic, just realistic.  In the past couple of weeks with the old winding down and getting ready to give way to the new, I’ve had several friends ask me if I still journal, and if so, what app I use.  

I have always jotted down thoughts here and there, since I was a kid and got my “First Diary”.  You remember those, right?  They were little books with a cardboard flap and a couple of flimsy keys that anyone with a pair of scissors or a paperclip could get into; but we were young, so we thought it was locked up tight.  But, how things have changed.  Well, sort of.  They still make those for the kiddies, but our adult selections are so much better.  Most of the ones you actually write in no longer have locks, and are made of leather, pleather, vinyl, card stock, etc. and can be found ruled, as a grid, or blank.   

Day One Icon

But, for those who have transitioned to the digital world, (wait for it…), there’s an app for that. (You had to know it was coming). Actually, there are a lot of apps for that now, and quite a few good choices. But the one that has won my heart is the award-winning Day One.  It is a truly wonderful app for Mac, and there is a universal companion app, which is an excellent standalone app in its own right, for the iPhone and iPad. 

It is incredibly easy to get started, and you won’t even have to read any how-to guides to get up and running.  Their tag line is “Record life as you live it”, and the app’s design makes it easy to do just that. The interface is simple, clean, and minimalistic. Data that is automatically entered includes date and time, location, weather, photo EXIF, activity (walking, biking, running), and music playing. There is tagging and Markdown support, as well as customized reminders that you can set to be sent daily or weekly at certain times. The app really shines with its organizational abilities, as you can view past entries using the calendar, maps, photos, timeline, and more. Day One’s Mac version has a nifty little Menu Bar quick entry feature where you can (just like it sounds) make an entry right from the Menu Bar without opening the application. That’s great for a quick notation, or even a longer one when you’re not attaching a photo. Automatic backups keep your data safe as well.

Your entries can be synced from your Mac to and across your iDevices using iCloud or Dropbox.  I will say that I tried to use iCloud, and I really wanted to use it to save my rapidly filling Dropbox space.  But, I kept having issues with it, and in the end, it was just easier to disable iCloud syncing and go with Dropbox.  I haven’t had the first issue since the switch.  

Entries can be shared by emailing to friends and family or posting to social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook. Day One also creates individual webpages at dayone.me for any entires you want to publish. I’ve seen examples of it used for almost anything you can imagine, for typical writing and journaling, for research, for reviewing books, movies, and other media, as a work journal and timekeeper, as a travel and mileage log, as a prayer book and inspirational guide, and much more. 

I must say that it is a joy to use Day One.  I use it for jotting quick notes about events or captioning a photo, as well as making more personal longer entries or capturing special events. I’ve also been using it to log geocaching adventures, as well as ideas for my own devious geocaches to hide.  Give it a try and let me know what you think.  

You can get more information about Day One at its website here.  The Desktop version for Mac is available thru the Mac App Store for $9.99 and the Universal version for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch is $4.99. Now go jot down all your resolutions, then use Day One to write about them. Once you start using it, you’ll be likely to continue.  Enjoy!

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Ryu’s MacHeist pulls a heist of his own

June 10, 2008 at 10:18 pm (shareware) (, , , , , )

Well, there’s been quite a little uproar at MacHeist today.

The new and improved bundle was released today, ostensibly to increase less-than-stellar sales of the MacHeist Retail Bundle. The Retail Bundle was released a couple of months ago and has been sold online, plus there is a boxed version that is being sold in brick and mortar stores like Apple.

The bundle was essentially a “greatest hits” compilation of favorite applications from previous bundles. As such, many of the MacHeist faithful did not jump onboard to purchase this bundle as they had in the past because they already had most or all of the applications. They bought some for gifts, but the sales were nowhere near what previous MacHeist events have been.

So, the MacHeist “Directorate”, Phill Ryu and John Casasanta, decided to jump-start things with a ‘new and improved’ bundle, with a few new applications. Vector Designer was added to replace Wallet (the developer supposedly had a prior commitment and only contracted for a short amount of time). TextExpander and Sound Studio were added as “locked applications”, which would be given to buyers once a certain amount was raised. TextExpander was unlocked quickly, and Sound Studio probably won’t be too far behind. There was also a “Bonus App”, the highly popular Voodoo Pad, for people who bought during a specified 24-hour period.

Always in the past, people who had already purchased the bundle were given the additional applications as sort of an “early-buyers bonus”. Well, the early adopters, who supported MacHeist by buying a lackluster bundle, were given the added apps…except Voodoo Pad.

There was a lot of talk and angry postings over at the MacHeist forums. Things got worse when Ryu suggested that Voodoo Pad could possibly still be had…provided customers buy the bundle again during a 24-hour period when the bundle is advertised on a collaborating-but-yet-unnamed “interesting, highly trafficked site”.

So, early adopters, some of MacHeist’s best and most vocal supporters, essentially got screwed by buying early. Fence-sitters were rewarded with a premium application. One poster stated that “it’s a shame that people who bought in through a random promotion got a better deal than people who were loyal from the beginning.”

Ryu commented on the criticism about not including Voodoo Pad by saying, ” We try to be fair, but quite frankly, we’re in the red right now, mostly due to the decision to try to improve this bundle for you guys, and MAINLY because we wanted to reward any previous customers with the three main additional apps. There’s no way we can afford to do that. Sorry.” Another poster shot back, “If you’re in the red, it’s because most of the loyal MacHeist people already had most, if not all, of the apps in the bundle; therefore there wasn’t much incentive for us to buy.”

True enough, previous MacHeist bundles have resulted in enormous sales. Also, it isn’t a problem with the applications themselves. They are very good. The problem is just that the overwhelming majority of people who support MacHeist already have one or more copies of most of the programs. Even two of the three bonus programs that were added were in previous bundles, one in a MacHeist bundle and one in a MacUpdate bundle.

It doesn’t look like Ryu is going to change his position on this. However, it will probably hurt initial sales when the next bundle is up for grabs. A lot more people will likely wait to see what special deals will be offered before committing their support, and their money, to MacHeist.

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Something’s brewing at MacHeist…

June 9, 2008 at 5:42 am (shareware) (, , , )

So, Phill Ryu, of MacHeist fame, sent out a tweet a few hours ago that said “been working my ass off over the past month to really improve the current bundle and redo the MacHeist sale page…stay tuned”.
Then Twitter pops up with a message from MacHeist that said: “Lockdown at macheist.com…cool stuff coming soon…stay tuned agents!”

Going over to MacHeist’s website, the welcome screen that had been advertising the current retail bundle has been replaced with the following:
MacHeistCurtain.jpg

Let the speculation begin!!

Of course, the message boards at MH lit up like a xmas tree, and Phill posted that there “are some interesting things” going on. “This isn’t MacHeist 3 for sure, but we’re putting some kick into the previously existing bundle…” He went on to say that much of what they are doing will probably be used for MH3’s sale page, “so, in a way, you guys will get a glimpse of the future with that as well”. He closes the post by saying, “I think a bunch of you who skipped the retail bundle or were on the fence may be convinced with the additions, especially if you hit the right site tomorrow. But we’ll see!”

Umm, “hit the right site tomorrow“??? (tomorrow being the day of the keynote at WWDC being given by Apple’s Steve Jobs). MacHeist’s IRC chat channel says to check the MH main site on June 10.

Do I smell a mini-heist in the works???

It has not been a big secret that sales have seemed a little slow. Many of the MH faithful have passed on this bundle because they already have most of these apps (which is essentially a “best of” collection of popular past applications).

In all fairness, though, this bundle was targeted more at people who were not the regular MacHeist fans. Part of the reasoning behind doing the MacHeist retail bundle was to expose consumers to really good shareware who might not otherwise be aware of these sources for great software. These people will see the retail box packaging at their local Apple store or other retail establishment and be more likely to purchase it in a brick and mortar store than they would online.

Phill commented several weeks ago that at least one developer was pulling out because of a prior commitment, and his software would be replaced (it was also noted that early adopters would automatically receive the new product without having to pay extra for it – sort of an early adopters’ bonus!). Also, the “prize cabinet” did not go over exceedingly well, at least in the beginning.

The points system is essentially like a prize ticket system where you get 1 point every time someone uses your referral link to buy the bundle. The cabinet was initially stocked with eight or ten prizes varying in value from 1 to 4 points. There were good software apps for being used for prizes, but there were very few people with enough points to redeem for said prizes, even at the lower levels. The pre-launch buzz was talk of some spectacular prizes to be awarded to the top point-getters at the end of the bundle sale, such as ipods and even an imac — remember, points would accumulate during the year, so that could potentially be a large number of points. The referral system has not gone over as well as they had hoped, so that is one of the things that they have been working on.

MacHeist is still giving 25% of their sales to charity and they hope to bring the total amount donated to charity to over a million dollars with this bundle. Let’s hope whatever Phill, John, and company have planned for the next couple of days will jump-start things in the MacHeist community.

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Recovery Software for Your Mac

May 20, 2008 at 3:03 am (shareware, Standard) (, , , , )

Resourceful – 1. having the ability to find quick and clever ways to overcome difficulties; 2. teenage Apple employee in NY who helped police recover her stolen laptop and other goods.

There was a story in the New York Times recently about the teenage girl in New York who had approximately $5000 worth of computers, tv’s, and other electronics stolen from her apartment. When a friend called to ask if she was online because he saw that it appeared she was online from her iChat profile, she logged onto a friend’s computer and remotely activated the Back to my Mac feature on her laptop. It is part of Apple’s $99.95 per year .Mac subscription package (http://www.apple.com/dotmac/). She was able to take a picture of the thieves using the computer and found that they were friends of friends. She took the photos and the thieves’ ID to the police, who arrested the two men.

There is another application that utilizes the Mac’s built-in iSight camera for its recovery of stolen laptops. It’s called Undercover from Orbicule Software. http://www.orbicule.com/undercover
Once you alert Orbicule that your laptop has been stolen, it activates the software, which pings Orbicule when the Mac logs on to the internet. The iSight camera takes pictures of the thief and the screen at predetermined times. In addition, the IP address is recorded so the thief’s location can be traced.

If that fails, a hardware failure is simulated causing the screen to gradually dim until it is black. The premise is that the thief will take the laptop into a repair shop. Orbicule has a list of Apple Service Providers’ IP addresses and if the computer is logged online from one, a message will be displayed telling them that the Mac has been stolen. It will also begin screaming at the loudest volume that the laptop has been stolen, and the computer will be locked to prevent any further use.

A single-user license is $49 and a household license is $59. They also have student licenses, site licenses, and volume licenses available.

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Karelia’s iMedia browser…free…get it now

May 18, 2008 at 8:59 pm (shareware) (, , , , , )

Here’s a good one. Karelia Software has released an iMedia Browser. It’s like the media browser with a lot of the Apple apps that gives you instant access to your photos and other media files. You can access it from the dock or menu bar.
And did I mention it’s free??
Get it at http://www.karelia.com/imedia/

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I’m a Mac…

April 20, 2008 at 2:46 am (shareware) (, , , , , , , )

I went to a trade show yesterday, and was prepared to purchase some items from one of my favorite vendors. While waiting in line, I happened to look over and see her husband working on an Apple laptop. An Apple laptop that said “Vaio”. He was using a Vaio but had a white Apple logo sticker in the center of it. I asked him what that was about, and he said it was “just to irritate Steve Jobs and the other Mac users” (nevermind that I’m sure Steve has never been anywhere near the same zip code as this guy, but that’s beside the point).

I’m a PC…

Then he launched into the same old anti-Mac rhetoric spewed by middle-aged folks who haven’t kept up with technology…you know the one statement common to all of them: “None of the applications I need run on a Mac”. I asked what he needed to run, and he said he definitely needed accounting software to keep track of expenses. And it had to be something his accountant would use. He looked like a deer in the headlights when I suggested QuickBooks or MYOB. I tried to explain to him that Macs can run Windows now since the switch to Intel processors. He said he didn’t want to use “BootStrap” – I’m assuming he means BootCamp since he didn’t appear to have a clue about either BootCamp OR Bootstrapping Statistical sampling 🙂 He said he didn’t want that program “that they make you use” (he was referring to BootCamp). I told him he was free to use any application he wanted if he had some proprietary software that required him to run Windows. I told him that both Parallels and Fusion worked quite well (clueless again) but that chances were good that he wouldn’t need any of those.

“Donate to my relief fund”

I told him there were a lot of excellent shareware applications available and widely used for both personal use and small businesses now, and that there were a lot of really good independent developers in the Mac community. You know what he did? He laughed in my face. He said something to the effect of “yeah, just donate a dollar to my relief fund and use my application at your own risk”. What a jerk! He obviously doesn’t have a clue about what shareware is. I attempted to explain it, but he cut me off. I decided I would just be wasting my breath anyway. After our brief exchange, I don’t think he really has a clue about much of anything!

The Challenge

He, like most of the other folks at the show, have a small business and they display and sell their wares (jewelry and crafting supplies in this case) while traveling from venue to venue. The apps they need are very basic…just good old common small business applications. I talked to a couple of other vendors who had heard our exchange, and they told me they had been looking at switching to Macs because of the ease of use and because you don’t have to spend countless hours trying to stay ahead of issues with viruses, adware, spyware, and crashes. They asked me to help them figure out what hardware and software they would need that would serve their needs both at home and on the road. Cost was an important factor as they don’t have an unlimited amount of money to spend. They wanted to start with something more “entry-level” that they can expand upon later after they see how it works and make sure they are comfortable with the solution.

I shared with them what works for a few of my friends and me, as we all have a small business of some kind, from consulting to graphic design and desktop publishing to jewelry sales. This is geared toward someone who runs a small business on the road. It could be any number of products, but the folks I was dealing with happen to sell handcrafted jewelry and materials so that others can make jewelry to sell themselves. For example, Missy makes glass beads and does wirework. She sells individual components so that I can go home and make jewelry to sell using the beads she crafted. She also sells the finished products which, in her case, are beautiful earrings, necklaces, and bracelets. With that in mind, here’s what we came up with.

The Hardware

Because they are just starting out, Missy opted for the mid-level MacBook. It comes in three configurations: two white ones, and a higher end black version. The price points were $1099, $1299, and $1499. She went with the middle one. It’s a white MacBook, and it has a larger hard drive and more memory than the entry level version. At $1299, it’s a very powerful computer. Just a few years ago, people traveled with a “dumbed down” laptop…they were slow, had small hard drives, and not much memory. These travelers needed a desktop computer to use at home. These days, thanks to ever-faster processors, smaller hard drives, and falling memory prices, Apple’s laptops carry just about as much processing weight as their desktop counterparts. For a printer, Missy wanted the functionality of an all-in-one so they could easily scan and store important documents and make copies when needed. It didn’t take long to decide on the Canon Pixma MP520. It wasn’t very expensive, especially with the $100 rebate given for purchasing a computer at the same time, and the quality was excellent. Plus, the footprint wasn’t much larger than a standard printer. It also had a bonus feature as far as they were concerned: duplex printing. Granted, because of the volume of printed material they distribute, they use Kinko’s for most of their printing needs. But for the occasional emergency when they’ve run out of brochures, Missy said it’s nice to know that can print them quickly and easily if needed.

The Software

I’d been thinking about what Missy’s needs were regarding software: a word-processing program for instructions and signage, an internet browser to surf for information, maps, weather, etc. while traveling, a financial app, something for project and contact management, and a game or two to play when sales are slow or they’re in the RV between shows. I’ve never seen anyone use a POS app. They just use a calculator and write out receipts by hand on generic receipt books.

Here’s what they could use to get started nicely:

1) Finances – QuickBooks Pro ($169.95) or Moneydance ($39.99). Moneydance would be a good tool to keep track of both their business and personal finances. QuickBooks Pro has long been the gold standard of business accounting software, and most accountants are familiar with it. However, you and your accountant definitely would not have to have the same software. Both apps import and export the common financial forms, and they both download your transactions from your bank.

2) A word processing app such as NeoOffice (free), OpenOffice (free), or Pages ($79, part of iWork ’08) to print instructions, signs, business cards, brochures, etc. Swift Publisher ($34.99) and Pages are both easy to use, inexpensive, and have some nice templates for brochures and business cards as well. MicroSoft Office ($399.95) is the most expensive of the bunch, and the folks I talked to really didn’t need it.

3) Promotion – iWeb (comes pre-loaded on new Mac computers, $79 as part of iLife ’08) could make a nice website for a beginner with virtually no experience. For more control and more choices, RapidWeaver ($49) will make quite a nice site. The developer, RealMac Software, has a very active support community, lots of templates and plug-ins, and the sites look great. Sandvox ($49 regular, $79 pro) is also a consideration, as it has been gaining steam with new users lately.

4) Project Management – SOHO Organizer ($99), Project X ($199.95). I’ve been hooked on SOHO Organizer for several years, since they had a great little app called “Sticky Brain”. You input all the bits of info into it that you’d have all over post-it notes like login info, passwords, serial numbers, account info, due dates…you get the picture. They changed the name awhile back to SOHO notes (I still like Sticky Brain better!) and added a lot of functionality. I upgraded from the notes to the organizer because the organizer has contact management built into it, as well as templates for invoicing, which look really nice. I’ve heard good things about Project X, but haven’t tried it myself. I’ve probably got way too much stuff in SOHO now to ever leave it for another app!

5) Anti-productivity apps (i.e. “games”) – Hey, you can’t work all the time!!! The thing is, there are tons of Mac games out there. It totally depends on what you like. I’m addicted to World of Warcraft, a MMORPG (Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game) that is played online with people all over the world. I met one of my best friends playing WoW. For quick time-killers, though, I like puzzle-type games such as Bejeweled, Bookworm, and MahJong. Frenzic and Enigmo are addictive, fast-paced puzzle games that are very popular. There are casino and card games such as slots and Texas Hold ‘Em. There are also sites where you can play different types of games online for free. Just do a search for “Mac online games” and you’ll get a lot of hits.

The cool thing about Mac shareware is that they have a “try before you buy” policy. You can download, install, and use the software for a period of time (usually 15-30 days) before you have to pay for it. That gives you time to try out a couple of different offerings in each category to see which apps work best for you. As you can see from the included pricing info, really good software doesn’t have to cost a small fortune. For around $250 you can get a good app in each category and even have enough left for a game or two 🙂 Not a bad deal in my opinion.

The Results

I presented my recommendations to Missy regarding software, and she’s going to try two apps each from the different categories (except she wants to go with SOHO Organizer after I showed her how I use mine!) for two weeks, and that will give her two weekends of shows to use them. That should be sufficient time to see what best meets her needs. These are just suggestions. If you guys have had success with other apps, drop me a line and let me know. I’ll add them to my arsenal 🙂

By the way, in case you’re wondering, I left my favorite vendor without making my purchase. I’m not sure if she knows her husband cost her a few hundred dollars with his bad attitude and ignorance, but she will when I send her a copy of this post! Until next time, cheers!

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Jott This!!

April 15, 2008 at 3:29 am (Standard) (, , , , , , , )

I “discovered” Jott today. This is a terrific little app that basically transcribes your messages for you. You call Jott and leave your message. Then Jott transcribes it and either emails or sends a text message to you or your chosen contact(s). That’s pretty cool all by itself, but it also integrates with other apps to make it even more powerful. It’s especially useful given that more and more states are enacting laws about not driving while talking on a cell phone. Just pop your bluetooth headset on and you’re good to go.

It is quick and easy to get a Jott account. And free. Head to www.jott.com. Fill out your info, confirm it with the email they send you, then add 866.JOTT.123 to your contacts list. Make that first call and see how easy it is. You can set it up to get confirmation emails, text messages, or both. I made “my phone” a contact (an idea I got from lifehacker) and didn’t enter an email address for those times when I just want a text message. For email reminders, I added “me” as a contact. You can also add groups, which comes in quite handy for work or family.

There is a very simple how-to guide and FAQs at Jott’s site. It’s pretty much a no-brainer though. When you call, a cheerful voice asks, “Who do you want to Jott?”. You tell her your contact’s name, then give your info. She confirms your message has been received with “Got it!”, and you hang up. How easy is that!!

There are several applications, including the ever-popular Google Calendar webapp, that use Jott links. How cool is it to leave a message on your cell phone then have it show up on your Google calendar the next time you open it?!? Jott also works with Remember the Milk (www.rememberthemilk.com), which was voted the best web-based task manager at lifehacker.com. RTM also integrates with iCal, Google Calendar, Gmail and more. You can use Jott to let everyone know what you’re doing on Twitter, and you can post a blog entry using popular blog apps such as WordPress and Blogger. You can record short messages up to 30 seconds (hey, I said they were short!) that you can playback at your account page on Jott’s website.

I played around with the accuracy, and it’s very good. They do give you some tips in the guide, so check those out as well. You can spell odd or difficult names and make it less likely for an error to occur.

This is one hot application. I still can’t believe it’s this good AND it’s free! Try it today. You’ll be hooked.

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MacHeist Retail Bundle revealed…

April 13, 2008 at 5:41 am (shareware) (, , , , , )

So here’s more info on the MacHeist Retail bundle.  

There are 12 apps included.  Here’s the rundown along with a few comments. Being an avid MacHeister, I already have most of these apps.  There’s more info about the individual apps at the MacHeist site.

Awaken – This is one I didn’t think much about that was in the most recent MacHeist bundle.  I probably never would have tried this on my own.  However, I absolutely love it and use it every day.  Support from the developer, Jerry Brace, is nothing short of phenomenal!  You’ll love this one.

Wallet – This was included in a Christmas referral bonus.  If you don’t want or need the robustness of something like 1Password, this is a great little program.  I set it up for my dad and my cousin for them to keep track of passwords, serial numbers, etc.

Xslimmer – I just recently started using this one.  It has already freed up several gigabytes of space on the smaller hard drive of my aging 4-year old G4 laptop.  

WriteRoom – This is a good one for folks who just want to write without being distracted by a lot of bells and whistles.  It just lets you write.

Overflow – This one is indispensable to me.  I had so many apps in my dock that I couldn’t even figure out what they were because they were so small.  Now there’s only a handful in the dock, and Overflow has them all managed by category.

Cha-Ching – I got burned out on Quicken and wanted something easier but that would still do the job.  This was another recent MacHeist app.  I like the interface and the ease of use of this one.

DEVONthink Personal – Honestly, I’ve been using Notebook for a long time, and I didn’t see the need to use both.  I have several friends that use this one though, and they love it.

iClip – This is a great clipboard app.  Easy to use, very functional.  If you copy and paste a lot, you need this one.

Bugdom 2 – Cute game first introduced several years ago.  I’d actually forgotten about it.  Give it a shot.

Nanosaur 2 – I might be wrong, but I think a trial of the original version used to come on new Macs.  I’ll enjoy getting back into this one.

CoverSutra – Wow.  You just have to use this one a time or two to be hooked.  The search feature is killer. Control iTunes without having to leave the app you’re currently working in.  Beautiful app.

Enigmo – Deceptive in its simplicity.  Addictive little puzzle game.

So, that’s the package.  Quite a good line-up.  We hardcore MacHeisters were hoping for a new bundle, not a “Greatest Hits” package, but we’ll just have to keep looking forward to MacHeist 3 later this year.  MacHeist is continuing their altruistic endeavors by donating 25% of the proceeds to charity.

They have a cool referral program in place with some great prizes up for grabs.  If you’re interested, please click on this link to head over to MacHeist to check it out.  Thanks!

https://www.macheist.com/buy/referral/31652

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MacHeist Bundle back for a limited time…

April 13, 2008 at 4:22 am (shareware) (, , , , , )

The MacHeist bundle returns!! It’s over 80% off!! The lineup, which is essentially a “Best of..” package, contains the following apps: Awaken, Wallet, Xslimmer, WriteRoom, Overflow, Cha-Ching, DEVONthink Personal, iClip, Bugdom 2, Nanosaur 2, CoverSutra, and Enigmo. The entire package is only $49. As is customary for MacHeist, 25% of the proceeds will be donated to charity. They have an intriguing referral program going as well.

Click here for an invite and more details: https://www.macheist.com/buy/referral/31652

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