What you need to know
- DEVONtechnologies is offering students and educators 40% off its Mac apps for a limited time.
- That included the excellent DEVONthink information management app.
- DEVONsphere Express and DEVONagent are included as well.
DEVONtechnologies is offering a huge 40% off the price of its Mac apps right now, so long as you're a student or educator. With the new school year here, there has never been a better time to pick up some pretty great apps.
There are multiple apps discounted as part of this offer, but the biggie is DEVONthink. The information management app has a huge user base and saving 40% is a good reason to join it right now.
There's a web research solution for the Mac on offer in the form of DEVONagent, with users able to use filters to retrieve data.
FInally, there's DEVONsphere Express, a desktop search assistant that runs as a menulet and uses AI-based technology to find documents and other files on your computer.
Anyone wanting to take advantage of the new 40% discount will need to provide a valid student or faculty ID when buying. Do it quickly, too. This deal ends Sunday, September 20th, 2020 at 6 p.m. UTC.
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