San Francisco, California – Top-notch Mac apps – Alarm Clock Pro, ColorStrokes and KeyBoard Cowboy – are on sale as part of weekly AppyFridays deals, offering Mac users saving of up to $26 plus a possibility to win $25 iTunes cards in giveaway.
Alarm Clock Pro (regular price – $19.99 USD, new price $4.99) is an amazing app that will confine the waking up to headache-inducing buzzers and static-plagued radio stations to the past. Design your daily routine and perform various tasks automatically, such as starting your favorite iTunes playlist, launch reminders, etc! With the sheer amount of functionality Alarm Clock Pro offers, it can easily integrate into nearly every aspect of your life.
ColorStrokes (regular price – $4.99, new price $1.99) is the America’s most popular app for selective color photography. Manipulate the colors on photos in any possible way, take advantage of superb features and intuitive navigation to make your snaps truly POP. Some features include: color palette, smart color splash tool, special dramatic effects, social sharing, tools to enhance gamma, hues, contrast and much more.
Keyboard Cowboy (regular price – $9.99, on sale for $1.99) is the must-have app for effortless navigation through your apps, folders and files. It’s a shortcut manager that is both powerful and easy to use. It can launch applications, switch between them, open url schemes and open both files and folders.
All three apps are on sale throughout the weekend.
In addition to App Store discounts, AppyFridays offers Mac users a chance to win one of three $25 iTunes card. The giveaway is open to anyone who purchases at least one Mac App from the list. To enter users should email a screenshot with Alarm Clock PRO, Keyboard Cowboy or ColorStrokes, launched on their Mac. Winners will be picked in random draw and announced on Monday, November 25.
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