Like every other Apple fan boy out there, Maine’s Auburn County School District agrees that the iPad is truly wonderful. That’s why they’ve bought every Kindergartener a brand new, shiny iPad 2 for academical purposes. Man, it would be awesome to be five again – of of course to live
We've got not one, but two Sweet Deals for you to enjoy! First, to celebrate the release of 1Password 3.0 for Mac, Agile has announced that 1Password Pro [App Store] is now available for free until December 1st. Once the sale is over, 1Password Pro will go back to the standard price of $7.99. Get it while it's hot and be sure to check out our review!
Second, the wonderful BeejiveIM [App Store] instant messaging client is on sale this week only for $6.99. It supports tons of chat services, including AIM, Yahoo, MSN, Facebook, and of course has push notifications. Check out our review for all the details. When the sale is over, BeejiveIM will go back to $9.99, so grab it if you haven't already!
Our friends over at Beejive have informed us that BeejiveIM will be on sale until this Sunday. Normally priced at $15.99, you can grab a copy of the award-winning chat app for $9.99! For those who aren't good with maths, that's $6 off. They've also informed us that Facebook chat will be coming in the next update of BeejiveIM, so it's the perfect time to grab it on the cheap. BeejiveIM is currently a staff favorite at iPhone Alley, so you know that it's totally worth the $10. Check it out [App Store]!
Known for their IM client on other smartphones, Beejive [iTunes] created a web app for the iPhone in the beginning; however, it was their native application that really turned my head. Beejive has come a long way from its web app roots, and the company recently updated the application to version 2.0, which adds more features than ever before.
Those of you looking for a new instant message client for your iPhone or iPod touch may want to take a look at Beejive, a new IM app that hit the app store recently. It's a full-featured app offering a long list of features from the developer. Those of you who are into web apps may also remember JiveTalk, their similar web-based version from a while back.