Deals: Flexibits Offering 75% Off Individual and Family Plans This Month Only

Flexibits this month is offering 75 percent off Flexibits Premium for new customers, including access to both Fantastical and Cardhop. This offer will run through March 31 on the Flexibits website, and the subscription supports apps across macOS, iOS, and iPadOS.

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When you follow this link, you'll be prompted to create a Flexibits account and then begin your 14 day free trial of Flexibits Premium. Afterwards, you can pick from an Individual or Family plan; the 75 percent off sale can apply to either option.

Individual Plans billed yearly are priced at $9.96 (originally $39.96), or you can opt for the monthly option at $1.25 per month (originally $4.99). Family plans billed yearly are priced at $16.20 (originally $65.04), and $2.00 when billed monthly (originally $7.99).

This sale is for 75 percent off your next purchase on Flexibits, so whatever option you choose will be the only time you can get this deal. Given these parameters, buying for a full year will save you more money. After the year is over, Flexibits Premium will return to its regular price, or you can cancel.

Fantastical is a calendar app that can sync across apps for Mac, iPad, and iPhone. Similarly, Cardhop can sync across Apple devices and provides a more in-depth contact management platform.

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Top Rated Comments

iamdmann Avatar
12 months ago
Obligatory post reminding that flexibits pulled a bait and switch on fanatical users. Some purchased fantastical on 3 platforms and then lost functionality when it went subscription. They'll never get another dollar from me.
Score: 42 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Apple_Robert Avatar
12 months ago
I haven’t forgotten their debacle. I stopped subbing and went back to Apple Calendar.
Score: 22 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Jo Maeyens Avatar
12 months ago
Terrible service, Google Calendar Sync is completely broken, I don't recommend this service at all
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)
nutmac Avatar
12 months ago

Obligatory post reminding that flexibits pulled a bait and switch on fanatical users. Some purchased fantastical on 3 platforms and then lost functionality when it went subscription. They'll never get another dollar from me.
Customers of Fantastical 2.x can use 3.x without subscription. 2.x features are unlocked, along with few 3.x features. My quibble is that the UI is cluttered with "Flexibits Premium" nag icons.

I wish these 2.x features are available as In App Purchase.
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
ninecows Avatar
12 months ago

Y’all, devs have to eat. If you can’t afford a subscription, then don’t buy it. Those of us who use it daily, and understand that devs can’t live on one-time sales alone, are cool with it
Sure devs have to eat as well. They can just develop something new and fancy and sell it as an upgrade so they can buy food.

But with a subscription they can (theoretically) keep charging for the same stuff month after month without doing anything else than the initial work.

Basically it’s just loading the risk on the consumers.

In the old days they were running the risk - would the next big release sell or not?

Now the consumer holds the risk: will I get something for my money next month?
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
pandawhale Avatar
12 months ago

Terrible service, Google Calendar Sync is completely broken, I don't recommend this service at all
Had to register just for this. There has been no problems for me with Google Calendar sync (personal and work). Personally I love this service for managing couple of personal calendars and two work calendars from different companies.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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