Save $68 and enjoy cool Mac apps!

Every time we do our best to let you save as much as possible. This weekend we have prepared the following apps:

Temperature Gauge ($9.99) -> $1.99
Developer: Tunabelly Software

Temperature Gauge Screenshot

Summer’s in full swing! And it’s great, but you may discover that your Mac works slower and louder now. Have you ever wondered why? You may enjoy the warm sunny days, but you Mac struggles with overheating like hell.

And here comes Temperature Gauge – your Mac savior. It helps to control and monitor you fan speed. Read a story by Jonathan Garro from AppStorm, and learn how Temperature Gauge can improve performance of your Mac and extend its life.

 

Heredis ($59.99) -> $10.99
Developer: BSD Concept

Heredis screenshot

It’s important to know your roots, because it helps to understand you who you are. And it’s just more than that. All the memories about the people who were a part of your heritage can be lost easily as years goes by. And need to be protections, so that you can pass them to your heirs along with the history of your life and your life story.

Heredis has helped to preserve these precious memories for over 20 years. And they are real experts in the field of creating this very special software.

Watch a short video from the creators of Heredis:

You can download trial version of Heredis here. But remember that the sale will end on Sunday, so don’t forget to come back and get Heredis at 80% off.

 

Photo Effect Studio Pro ($14.99) -> $3.99
Developer: Everimaging

Photo Studio Effect Pro

One more decent app with photo effects.

“Photo Effect Studio is a generally well considered and executed image app for Mac OS X users. New users will be able to dive straight in and create artistic images with just a few clicks. The addition of the Flickr upload option means that sharing these results with family and friends is equally painless,” Ian Pullen says on About.com.

Read the full story here.

 

This is it for now. Enjoy the apps. Feel free to share your experience to them or ask questions.

Have an hAppy weekend!
Anna Miller