AppyDays
AppyDays
2.0.3

4.2

AppyDays free download for Mac

AppyDays

2.0.3
23 December 2012

Track discounted Mac and iOS apps.

Overview

AppyDays ensures that you will never miss out on discounted apps again!

AppyDays for Mac gives you an unbeatable quick, simple and extremely current overview of discounted Mac or iOS-Apps. And to allow even more flexibility, you can even choose between categories or prices.

Interested in an app? Just click it and you will be immediately redirected to the Mac App Store or iTunes. It really doesn't get any more convenient!

What's new in AppyDays

Version 2.0.3:
  • Fixes a bug that prevented new data from being downloaded on machines running OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard

9 AppyDays Reviews

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Had
06 December 2011

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Several crashes and freezing of the whole computer. Happened with at least two different versions.
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Version 1.5
MichaelHaeusler
21 February 2016
Doesn't work. Sure, it will launch, but it doesn't update anything anymore. First launch was fine—it found a couple of discounts—, but that was 5 months ago. Since then it hasn't done anything. Waste of space.
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Version 2.0.3
bcking
24 September 2015
I liked the app while it was working. As of a few weeks ago this app no longer pulls any data, the support website no longer resolves, and the app is missing from the app store.
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Version 2.0.3
SMcCandlish
22 June 2015
Very useful - finds lots of free apps. Only reason I give it 4 instead of 5 stars is there appears to be no way to tell it to only report matches for the type of device/OS you want. It will find OS X, iPhone, and iPad apps indiscriminately. You can "blacklist" particular apps, but I can't find any option to get it to stop telling me about iPhone and iPad apps, and limit it to just OS X apps. It allows sorting by app category (games, finance, photography, etc.), but not blacklisting of those, either. I'd like to not be bugged about games, finance, and several other app categories. Five stars for sure if I could do those two things. I'd give it 6 stars if I could, if it also checked for Android apps.
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Version 2.0.3
SMcCandlish
28 June 2014
What sites is this pulling its data from? There's no real way to compare this to competing products without this information (other than by time-consumptive trial and error).
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Version 2.0.3
1 answer(s)
SMcCandlish
SMcCandlish
22 June 2015
Update: I've tested it, and it appears to draw data only from the Apple App Store. So, you still need MacUpdate Desktop for non-App-Store applications.
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Tom-E-Gun
28 July 2013
Doesn't work on OS X 10.9 DP. Needs to be updated.
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Version 2.0.3
1 answer(s)
SMcCandlish
SMcCandlish
22 June 2015
Current version working for me, even in 10.10.3.
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Macnews
23 December 2012
Love the features and responsiveness of the app. My only issue is with the percentage of cpu (11% on '09 iMac running 10.6.8) it uses while seemingly idle.
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Version 2.0.3
Ianonline
23 December 2012
I found many discounts with this app. Thanks!
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Version 2.0.3
Had
06 December 2011
Several crashes and freezing of the whole computer. Happened with at least two different versions.
Like (2)
Version 1.5
Rob-h
14 November 2011
Interesting idea, launch it and choose Mac/iPhone/iPad to see a list of apps that have been discounted, which you can then filter by free or paid, as well as narrowing down the category of app. Clean straightforward interface (while there's no Preferences option to customize it, there is a button to send the app to the menu bar). The main problem I had is that clicking on an app in the list caused a window to pop up for a second saying 'loading app, please wait' but then... nothing. From the description it says it takes you to the app page in iTunes or the Mac App Store. Unfortunately in my case it does neither, even if I load iTunes or MAS ready for it to do its thing, it steadfastly refuses to show me the app so it looks like there's one or two little bugs for them to sort out? (Am running this under Lion 10.7.2).
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Version 1.4
2 answer(s)
Rob-h
Rob-h
06 December 2011
I'm trying v1.5 now. Not sure what the bug fixes are but when you double-click on an app it still doesn't take me to the app in iTunes/MAS. It flashes up the message that "Loading app, please wait", but then nothing. Shame, I'd really like this feature to work.
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slappstick
slappstick
06 December 2011
Hi Rob, we're sorry, you're experiencing this problem and we'd sure like to help getting it solved. It would be great, if you could drop a mail. Please find the e-mail address here: http://www.slappstick.eu/contact/ Cheers, S.
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4.2

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later
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