What you need to know
- Popular Twitter app Aviary is available at a 60% discount right now.
Aviary, the popular Twitter app for iPhone, iPad, Mac, and even Apple Watch is available with a huge 60% off right now. That means you can pick the app up for just $1.99 – the normal price is $4.99.
Anyone who hasn't used a third-party Twitter app should definitely give Aviary some consideration – if there's a feature you'd want a Twitter app to have, there's a very good chance it's part of Aviary. And there are a lot you might not even think of, too!
You can download Aviary from the App Store right now. This is the last day to bag it for just $1.99 so don't leave it until tomorrow!
Aviary now has a massive 60% discount, stretching from now through to Cyber Monday. This means you get an iOS, iPadOS, watchOS, and macOS app in one go at an incredibly low price.
(May take a while for the price change to propagate)https://t.co/iSZbKz4Mo4 pic.twitter.com/2HnRWfxcPXAviary now has a massive 60% discount, stretching from now through to Cyber Monday. This means you get an iOS, iPadOS, watchOS, and macOS app in one go at an incredibly low price.
(May take a while for the price change to propagate)https://t.co/iSZbKz4Mo4 pic.twitter.com/2HnRWfxcPX— Aviary (@AviaryTheApp) November 25, 2020November 25, 2020
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