cultofmac deals Deals

cultofmac deals Deals & Discounts

3 hot deals
iMazing 2: Universal License for Mac & Windows @ Cut of Mac £19.95
-51°
Found 12th NovFound 12th Nov
This is the universal licence for at least 2 pcs or mac devices theoretically $79.99 This doesn't require Itunes!!!, so you don't spend ages updating your version of Itunes or upda… Read more

Sambat12th Nov

Oooo, thank you for your constructive opinion.your input was so helpful


So glad it helped. I do realise that some people are not very well up in the realities of life.

bought this last week from the mashable shop for the same priec (-10% discount code on sign up to their newsletter).

Pretty good software, I trialled a few similar software befoer settiling on this one. Definitely liking it.

Original Poster

Sambat38 m ago

Cult of Mac does, but the iMazing site shows it cheaper, so wrong RRP …Cult of Mac does, but the iMazing site shows it cheaper, so wrong RRP showing on COM website.,,,,,



Sambat38 m ago

Cult of Mac does, but the iMazing site shows it cheaper, so wrong RRP …Cult of Mac does, but the iMazing site shows it cheaper, so wrong RRP showing on COM website.,,,,,



Is that worrying?

jasee5 h, 11 m ago

Actually the cult of mac website shows $79.98 FWIWI'd love to know why …Actually the cult of mac website shows $79.98 FWIWI'd love to know why people are voting this cold, there used to be free applications which did this in Iphone 4 days, but I've not seen anything recently


Cult of Mac does, but the iMazing site shows it cheaper, so wrong RRP showing on COM website.,,,,,

Original Poster

Sambat1 h, 2 m ago

The website shows that 2 licences are $69.98.....not $79.99, if that’s m …The website shows that 2 licences are $69.98.....not $79.99, if that’s makes much difference.....



Actually the cult of mac website shows $79.98 FWIW
I'd love to know why people are voting this cold, there used to be free applications which did this in Iphone 4 days, but I've not seen anything recently
Edited by: "jasee" 12th Nov
SitePoint Premium Lifetime Subscription - 88% off - $450 reduced to $49.99 (£38.11)
-46°Expired
Found 26th JulFound 26th Jul
I just came across this deal in the Cult of Mac deals newsletter. Not strictly a UK deal as such, however British geeks like myself can take full advantage.. SitePoint's lifetime s… Read more
Get dealGet deal

I like edx the courses are really good to follow and can do them for free to see if you like it just pay at end if you want the qualification certificates

Original Poster

jg213

Now is this site any good...and is it just one of those over inflated … Now is this site any good...and is it just one of those over inflated prices dropped down to the real price deals? Can't say I've heard of it... how is it in comparison to Lynda.com?



Their lifetime account is genuinely that original price and hasn't changed since I joined back in February. I can confirm there is a lot of great content, both advanced and beginner level. Lots of technical, up to date stuff to keep you clued up. Lynda is alright but I find their tutorials pretty basic sometimes

Now is this site any good...and is it just one of those over inflated prices dropped down to the real price deals? Can't say I've heard of it... how is it in comparison to Lynda.com?
Edited by: "jg213" 27th Jul
Newsletter
Deal Alerts!
Want the hottest deals in your inbox?
Subscribe to receive an overview of the hottest deals posted each day.
HotUKDealsPromo
HotUKDealsPromo 
RA4W VPN: Lifetime Subscription @ cult of mac $19.99 (£15)
188°
Found 3rd JulFound 3rd Jul
There seem to be quite a lot of VPNs around at the moment. I think it really depends on whether they will still be around in years to come and on the number of points throughout t… Read more

Original Poster

What you probably should do first is check your ip address with something like:
iplocation.net/fin…ess.
This should give you your real ip address and approximate location.
Then start up the vpn, choose a country, in the case of this one you should wait until the facility gives "connected (ip-anonymous)"
This may take a few minutes.
Then check your ip address, it should give another ip and a location in the country of choice.
If it doesn't then wait or use another connection.
Don't run anyrhing sensitive until you get the VPN to connect.
FWIW, dns seems to be resolved locally. This could be a problem so...
Additional info:
You should check how dns is resolved
Go to
ipleak.net
If there are any showing the uk (flag), then you have a leak.
Rather than putting your gateway ip as dns, use a public dns server such as opendns, this seems to fix the leak
It's also probably worthwhile switching of Microsoft client for networks and file and printer sharing whilst you are checked the adapter properties
Edited by: "jasee" 11th Nov

Thanks OP. That should suffice for my purposes

Original Poster

This is quite a good review of VPNs with some explanation of why a normal person might need one. (RA4W is not included)
techadvisor.co.uk/tes…32/

eraldo

Your logic is ridiculous you do not trade your freedoms for security. … Your logic is ridiculous you do not trade your freedoms for security. Maybe we do have something to hide but its ours to hide.



This is kinda exactly what is wrong with society. People have too many rights over police officers so police cannot search them willingly. What if a person refused to be searched had a knife and hurt someone close to you?

StonedSte

If you have nothing to hide you would willingly allow him to do his pat … If you have nothing to hide you would willingly allow him to do his pat down search (you wouldn't be 'strip' searched unless you was arrested) because the next person might be carrying a knife/gun/bomb. Anyway VPNs are 'mainly' used to circumvent ISP lock outs of illegal movie/tv/music streaming/download sites.


Not really to be honest, unless the policeman has good reason to believe I have something i shouldn't, I would prefer he didn't come anywhere near me. Nobody has agreed to allow governments to "pat search". Unless there is a very good reason to suspect I am up to no good, I would prefer my internet habits remain unknown.
Martian Smartwatch $39.95 including del @ Cult of Mac
11°Expired
Found 31st Jan 2016Found 31st Jan 2016
Only Black and Red available. Cheap as chips!. Apparently this watch has a battery life of over a week and is rechargable of course More than your run-of-the-mill wearable, the Ma… Read more

Original Poster

Steph_UK

Didn't know Cult of Mac delivered to the UK?



they don't :(, I only found out at the end of ordering
Edited by: "jasee" 31st Jan 2016

Didn't know Cult of Mac delivered to the UK?
PureVPN life time subscription around £42 @ Cult of Mac
-91°Expired
Found 16th Jan 2016Found 16th Jan 2016
I saw a previous deal for an annual subscription but this is for life-time. Price is $59.00 which translates to roughly £42.00 according to google. You can get an additional 10% of… Read more

Ahhh.. are we really discussing the most unreliable vpn provider, Purevpn here. I highly under rate this purevpn because of too many disconnection and connectivity issues. Half of my day went struggling just to bloody connect it. We have many trusted providers out there hidemyass.com/vpn…07/

cantonbean

Reason I ask is some services will use your phone signal even if using a … Reason I ask is some services will use your phone signal even if using a VPN to detect where you are. Sky go for instance. You have to use the device in flight mode then VPN. Sounds like this isn't the problem in your case though.



Just tried it on my phone in flight mode connected to the wifi, exactly the same.

When i load netflix it loads up the U.S netflix as i can view titles not on the uk version, as soon as i try play anything it comes up with a message saying please disable your vpn or proxy.

I only paid £25 for a lifetime subscription to VPN unlimited so im assuming its not the best vpn service in the world.

seanrtkelly

I tried it on my phone and nvidia shield, both failed to work. Haven't … I tried it on my phone and nvidia shield, both failed to work. Haven't tried the laptop but assumed it would be the same result.



Reason I ask is some services will use your phone signal even if using a VPN to detect where you are. Sky go for instance. You have to use the device in flight mode then VPN. Sounds like this isn't the problem in your case though.

cantonbean

are you using it on a phone?



I tried it on my phone and nvidia shield, both failed to work. Haven't tried the laptop but assumed it would be the same result.
Edited by: "seanrtkelly" 17th Jan 2016

seanrtkelly

I bought a lifetime subscription to 'VPN Unlimited' for £25 last week and … I bought a lifetime subscription to 'VPN Unlimited' for £25 last week and it's useless. I pick and American server, log into Netflix and it comes up with a message saying "It appears you're using an unblocker or a proxy, for more details click here'Seems to unblock websites that my isp try to block though so not all bad. Although how often I'll need to go on them I don't know.



are you using it on a phone?
WhatsApp Alerts!
Deal Alerts!
Want the best deals & vouchers instantly via WhatsApp?
Free
WhatsApp Notification
HotUKDealsPromo Yes!
Oops! Looks like we couldn't connect 😢 Please try again!
HotUKDealsPromo 
Important!
To sign up: add to your mobile contacts, then text us 'Start' via WhatsApp
HotUKDealsPromo 
AnonVPN 1yr VPN sub for 70p @ CultofMac
329°Expired
Found 18th Dec 2015Found 18th Dec 2015
$1 for 1yr VPN or Pay the average for lifetime subscription. (Currently $17) If you choose the Pay the Average bundle you also get lifetime Nonkly disposable email as well. - Unl… Read more

Original Poster

skeenster

Yeah am running that client on Mac and Windows 10 but unable to connect



Strange the latest client is running really well for me. much more reliable connection.

Uridium

Have you updated to the latest version? I haven't used it for a week or … Have you updated to the latest version? I haven't used it for a week or so but just tried opening the app and it prompted me to update, after the update there is also new server listed in Frankfurt. connected first time for me.Version I'm now running is...1.0.5.0



Yeah am running that client on Mac and Windows 10 but unable to connect

Original Poster

skeenster

Not working for me any more either. Tried uninstalling and reinstalling … Not working for me any more either. Tried uninstalling and reinstalling but same. Guessing I've had my 73p's worth



Have you updated to the latest version? I haven't used it for a week or so but just tried opening the app and it prompted me to update, after the update there is also new server listed in Frankfurt. connected first time for me.
Version I'm now running is...1.0.5.0

Not working for me any more either. Tried uninstalling and reinstalling but same. Guessing I've had my 73p's worth

not suitable to use vpn to stream us TV on Android tablet?! any alternative
Getflix lifetime (30 years) £26 @ Cultofmac $39 or $35.10
-112°Expired
Found 26th Sep 2015Found 26th Sep 2015
30 years smartdns also VPN included. Apps for iOS and android. Here is the list of VPN https://getflix.zendesk.com/hc/en-gb/articles/204476204 To get the discount you need to sign… Read more

Original Poster

Thanks Ninja14, its a bit strange this is cold as I posted on ozbargain too and people think it's unbeatable. Hola and others take your band with, no much is free in this life.....

Thanks for this, paid £23 with the 10% code! =)
Subscription Expiry Oct 10, 2045, beats having to use so called "FREE" services...where are these??
Supports a lot of counties as well, and services.
If it's lasts a year i'm happy! =)
Also just in case any one wants to try a 14 day free trial, the site is getflix.com.au

Why are people voting cold?

Are they any good?

Can I get a part refund if this doesn't work with my super 5D virtual reality bio orb in 24 years time?
Pay what you want 10 app Mac power user software bundle 65p-£6 @ Cult of Mac
68°Expired
Found 31st Aug 2015Found 31st Aug 2015
Very Decent Mac software bundle with combined retail total of £250 for £6! Paying the minimum (around 65p) only gets you Screens and Find Any File apps.... Beat the average thoug… Read more

Not entirely clear, you have to pay the average, so you can't exactly pay what you want.

But, Crossover 14, for £6 alone would be a good deal, I've used it in the past to install Publisher on my mac and
it works really seamlessly. The rest seem pretty good too. Bargain.

If you must have apple software, then I think some of these applications are very good value
Mac Software Bundle inc Crossover 14 - £4.56 @ Cult of Mac
457°Expired
Found 15th Aug 2015Found 15th Aug 2015
Hi, This one won't be for everyone, however I was looking for a way to run a specific PC application on my Mac this evening without the use of a Virtual Machine and stumbled acros… Read more
Get dealGet deal

Cheers OP. Purchased! Also bought he IOS app programming course for $20. Worked out at £15.99 for the lot.

downloaded this the other day, pain in the **** downloading and installing each one and registering to the various websites but totally worth it, especially for Crossover, what a a bargain!

Original Poster

Sykobabble

Voted hot because I have an iMac.Parallels is the way to go if you want … Voted hot because I have an iMac.Parallels is the way to go if you want to run Windows / PC apps on a Mac.



Parallels serves a purpose in the world of virtualisation, as does VmWare Fusion or VirtualBox.
CrossOver is a little different as you don't need to create a Virtual Machine to run the application

Voted hot because I have an iMac.
Parallels is the way to go if you want to run Windows / PC apps on a Mac.

Purchased. Thanks
Mac App Bundle - 10 Apps - Includes Parallels Desktop 8 and Snagit £33.07 @ cultofmac
57°Expired
Found 11th Jul 2013Found 11th Jul 2013
Paid more than this for the student copy of Parallels. Apps are: Parallels Desktop 8 for Mac Snagit For Mac Typinator xPlan WinZip Mac Edition 2.0 (lol) Jump Desktop Boom For … Read more

Had to uninstall Parallels due to mouse problems and now cant reinstall it. Even tech support at Paralleles cant figure it out...still waiting for tech to get back with a solution. Two hours of remote controlled assistance and they cant even instsll it.

Be warned....

I listed this deal 2 days ago and got it removed as it's not a reputable company??

I think the bundle is one of the best them have done!
Parallel is working very well on my 2013 Macbook Air i7 8GB Ram.
Installed Windows ultimate - 64 Bit

Also liking
Typinator - Good for adding keyboard shortcuts (like on iOS)
Snagit - Excellent screen capture app.
Boom- Cant believe the sound quality coming from my keyboard. Something so thin aswell!!

Yet to play with the other Apps yet!!

RokkaMan

I have it set to two, but for anything as intensive as 3D rendering, I'd … I have it set to two, but for anything as intensive as 3D rendering, I'd just go into boot camp personally



You may be right...the mouse is acting weird in my CAD package using Parallels so I had to uninstall Parallels tools but now it wont reinstall.

Oh well, will give me something to mess with tomorrow. Still very impressed by how it all runs.

Original Poster

splinters

Parallel is running just fine on my MBP...glad I bought it now.Anyone … Parallel is running just fine on my MBP...glad I bought it now.Anyone know the best settings? I have 16gb ram and i7 so effectively 8 cores. I gave Windows 4gb and 4 cores but found that Logic Pro kept running crashing while rendering a 3D model in Windows. Still, rendering does hog the CPU. Would I be better halving everything between the two systems.Bargain by the way, and heat added.



I have it set to two, but for anything as intensive as 3D rendering, I'd just go into boot camp personally

Parallel is running just fine on my MBP...glad I bought it now.
Anyone know the best settings? I have 16gb ram and i7 so effectively 8 cores. I gave Windows 4gb and 4 cores but found that Logic Pro kept running crashing while rendering a 3D model in Windows. Still, rendering does hog the CPU. Would I be better halving everything between the two systems.

Bargain by the way, and heat added.
Roxio Toast 11 Titanium. Digital download for Mac. £32.99 @ cultofmac
22°Expired
Found 28th Apr 2013Found 28th Apr 2013
Cult of Mac are selling Roxio Toast 11 for $49.99. £32.29. Bargain fr a powerful media tool. Amazon are selling for £43

Dead link!!!
Although with Handbrake being free and RipIt being £12.......I won't be straying

Roxio must be coming to the end of life for this product as all newer Macs don't have a DVD rive fitted!

What does this do that Handbrake and RipIt doesn't???

why would you actually want to purchase this??
The Startup Handbook FREE @ Cult of Mac
-34°Expired
Found 22nd Nov 2012Found 22nd Nov 2012
A Free Ebook Highlighting the Best Startup Resources on the Web Learn Where All the Best Resources Are for Startups! Does your startup need to save money? Probably. Are you loo… Read more

Thanks to simplyjimbo and the OP for this - some useful ebook links inside.

FinderOfDeals

You need to have a twitter or a facebook account. I have neither and … You need to have a twitter or a facebook account. I have neither and never will!



Good for you. Feel better for telling us all?

Didn't need a twitter account myself just clicked enter with the cursor in the name box.

Here is the link for that tat anyway, no requirement to log in to download so save the hassle of spam.
stacksocial.s3.amazonaws.com/lic…pdf


Edited by: "simplyjimbo" 22nd Nov 2012

You need to have a twitter or a facebook account. I have neither and never will!