“Yes! Coda, Transmit, CandyBar, and Unison are 50% off.
It’s never happened before, and it’ll probably never happen again. Serious.
We’re too busy building new things for later this year to notice how crazy this is.
Prices are only valid from 12:01 AM PST May 27th to 11:59 PM PST May 29th.
Enjoy these apps today and lock in a discount towards any future paid updates.”
Coda ($49.50 with discount)
“Coda is a one-window web development app. Coda takes all of the tools you need to build the future of the web, including an integrated file browser, fully-featured text editor, CSS editor, preview, built-in terminal, and complete set of reference, and wraps it all in a single elegant interface.”
Transmit ($14.50 with discount)
“Transmit is an excellent FTP (file transfer protocol), SFTP, S3 (Amazon.com file hosting) and iDisk/WebDAV client that allows you to upload, download, and delete files over the internet. With the most Mac-like interface available, Transmit makes FTP as simple, fun, and easy as it can possibly be.”
CandyBar ($14.50 with discount)
“CandyBar allows you to change the system icons in Mac OS X that you normally can’t, including including the trash can, volumes, default folder, and more! CandyBar 3 also now includes a full-featured icon organizer (formerly called Pixadex) that acts like an iPhoto for your icons: collect and store your icons in the same application you use to change them! Of course, there’s more: CandyBar also now lets you customize the look of Leopard’s dock. Too shiny? Too flashy? Make it look the way you want by simply dragging images in to replace. Nice.”
Unison ($12 with discount)
“Unison is a carefully-crafted, genuinely revolutionary Mac OS X Usenet newsreader. It offers all the expected newsreader functionality: easy-to-navigate threaded discussions, the ability to ignore annoying posters, multiple signature management, and easy, Mail-like posting with spell checking and all the trimmings.”