Apple Productivity Apps
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Apple Just Slashed Prices On These Great Productivity Apps

Feb 02, 2015

Apple is offering discounts on a batch of productivity apps in a limited-time promotion. The "Get Productive" promotion slashes prices on 19 apps ranging from calendars to task lists to reminder services.

Apps featured in the deal include Fantastical 2 (originally $4.99, now $1.99), an easy-to-use calendar and reminder app; Workflow (originally $4.99, now $1.99), which automates tasks like calling an Uber or uploading photos to social media; and Procraster (originally $4.99, now $1.99), an app that figures out what's blocking you from completing your tasks.

For the full list, check out the promotion on the iTunes App Store.

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