WWDC Software Sales


Branches for iOS manages issues for GitHub and Bitbucket projects. The free basic app helps you navigate your open and closed issues, review commits (including file diffs), and view markdown files. In-app purchases (one to unlock GitHub, one for Bitbucket) enable you to edit issues and comments, assign issues to collaborators, and update milestones. The two IAPs will be marked down from $10 to $5 during WWDC Week. Contact the developer on Twitter for more information.

Local Denver developer Santiago Gonzalez will be discounting his MapleTasks project and task management system during WWDC. The app offers both standard and pro plans and supports web, iPhone, Mac, and Apple Watch.

Maximilian Litteral’s Flow Web Browser will be marked down 50% to $0.99 for WWDC. The discount should apply starting around Sunday or Monday. Ping the developer on Twitter for app details.

Rest Timer reminds you when to take a break. At 60% off during WWDC, it will retail at just $1.99. I’ve previously written about the app and its coached exercises.

Developers can compose and upload iOS/OSX app descriptions and localizations to iTunes using Jack from Christian Beer. Described as “iTunes Connect but like a word editor”, Jack’s on sale for $15 this week (normally $25).

I’ll be personally discounting Quote, Folderol, and Color App by 50% during WWDC. If you follow me on Twitter, you’re probably already familiar with those formatted text snippets that Quote creates. Folderol lets you color Finder folders using simple drag and drop. Color App generates NSColor and UIColor code in Swift and Objective C for use in your apps.

If you’re planning to put your apps on sale for WWDC, drop me an email and I’ll update this post with your info.


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