Deals: Learn a New Language, Protect Your Online Activity, or Build a Website With These New iOS/macOS Software Sales

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This Presidents' Day weekend you can save on a few iOS and macOS apps at StackSocial, offering you an extra 15 percent off apps that have already been discounted. These include a VPN, website creation software, a reading app, data management software, and a language proficiency app.

Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with StackSocial. When you click a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us keep the site running.

In this sale, you can enter the promo code PRESIDENT15 at checkout to get an additional 15 percent off these apps. The code will last through Monday, February 17 at 11:59 p.m. PT, and you can find every app on sale below.

StackSocial Sale - use code "PRESIDENT15"

  • KeepSolid VPN Unlimited - $33.15, down from $39.00: Protect your data on any Wi-Fi network with your own VPN, with no speed or bandwidth limits.
  • Blocs 3 - $34.00, down from $39.99: Website creation tool with easy-to-use software that lets you create fully customizable webpage layouts without writing code.
  • 12min Micro Book Library (Lifetime Subscription) - $33.15, down from $39.00: Gain access to hundreds of micro books that can be read in under 12 minutes.
  • Pagico 9 - $21.25, down from $25.00: Manage all of your tasks, files, and projects with Pagico's data management software.
  • Mondly (Lifetime Subscription) - $85.00, down from $99.99: Learn one of 33 languages using Mondly's speech recognition software.

Be sure to visit our full Deals Roundup to shop for even more Apple-related products and accessories.

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21 weeks ago


KeepSolid VPN Unlimited ('https://stacksocial.com/sales/vpn-unlimited-lifetime-subscription?aid=a-mfvpon2y') - $33.15, down from $39.00: Protect your data on any Wi-Fi network with your own VPN, with no speed or bandwidth limits.

The $33.15 (discounted from $39.00 and "discounted" from $499 ('https://stacksocial.com/sales/vpn-unlimited-lifetime-subscription?aid=a-mfvpon2y')) is for a LIFETIME subscription -- and that's before any affiliate payments are factored in. A one-time payment of thirty bucks is not sustainable for a lifetime of VPN service. This "lifetime" service will either disappear, or they or harvesting data about their users, or both.

It's fine for MacRumors to recommend deals for readers, but they must be legitimate deals. Did the MR staff screen this deal?
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21 weeks ago
With regard to VPN Unlimited:

Yes MR, please do some due diligence on what you “promote” to your readers. A quick look into the company will reveal the data collection the end user agrees to and also the business is located in the USA and Ukraine. Yes seriously, Ukraine.
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21 weeks ago


Have you used other similar builder applications before? Can you compare Blocs to any of them?

I’m forever looking for a really good website builder application that can be used to get the basics of a site up and running and then allow me to customize in raw code, CSS, and HTML in a way that plays nicely with the original application files.

I’m a Web Developer who mostly works on really big sites. I want to do some small projects too, but the tools I use and the things I do for sites with thousands and thousands of pages just isn’t economical for little sites.

I've used Blocs, Rapidweaver, and Freeway Pro for design purposes. Then I add in custom code after the design is done

Personally, I think Blocs is the best in terms of usability while Rapidweaver is better for plugin support. Freeway is a mess. Both will export into plain raw code as well but I don't know if I'd recommend them for 'huge' sites. Right now, the biggest site I worked on so far was my job is 20 pages and Blocs doesn't yet have the ability to organize them into directories without manually changing the routes or create multiple projects
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21 weeks ago


Use code “dn30” to bring the price of Blocs 3 down to $28

Missed the extra 15% and your deal, never mind it’s a good discount anyway. Hope the extra goes to the developer.

Not sure if it will be any good for me, but at the price I paid, worth a gamble.
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