We’ve closed our giveaway; congrats to our winners Emanuel and Eddy!
Bundles started out as a great way to get a ton of apps for a cheap price. Then, thanks to the Humble Bundles, paying what you want for a bundle got popular. Now, this week’s bundle from StackSocial lets you get a huge bundle of apps, design resources, and subscriptions for a cheaper price if you buy it early during the bundle promotion.
For $35 today — but $50 if you wait until the last day of the bundle — you can get a copy of xScope, Corel Painter Lite, CSS Hat, Pixa, skEdit, and more in the SuperStacked Mac Bundle. You’ll also get a set of Photoshop and iOS app design templates, two beautiful sets of thin vector icons great for modern designs, and the entire Growth Hacker Bundle with subscriptions to web apps like MOZ, Stride, HitTail, and more. That’s a lot of stuff to get for that price, especially if you’re planning on launching a new side-business where the design tools and web apps would come in handy.
And, best of all, we’ve got two copies of the SuperStacked Mac bundle to giveaway to our readers. Just leave a comment below and let us know what you want most from this bundle to enter — and then share the post on your social networks and leave a new comment with a link to your social post for an extra entry in the giveaway. Best of all, if you really want the bundle, go ahead and buy it now — and if you win, you’ll get reimbursed in full for the bundle!
Hurry and get your entry in — we’re closing our giveaway on Friday, October 18th!
Envato staff or those who have written more than two articles or tutorials for AppStorm are ineligible to enter.
Photographers and digital artists alike always try to keep their images organized neatly. If you’re a designer, this is typically vital to doing your job as well. There are a bunch of different ways to organize these files on your Mac, from Adobe’s Bridge (included with Photoshop and other software) to iPhoto, Apple’s default solution for OS X. I’ve never been a keen user of either of these because the former is too complex in areas and the latter can often dawdle here and there.
To find an app that would suffice for my needs, I took to Google and have been looking around for a few months in vain. A few weeks back, however, a friend recommended Shiny Frog’s Pixa, a new beta app that’s in constant development. The promise is to help you organize images “the easy way”, but does Pixa live up to it? Let’s find out. (more…)
There are many tools available for organizing bits of information on your Mac, but if your goal is to get a grip on those many images and screenshots you assembled, there’s a new player on the horizon you should check out.
Pixa is a companion app for all designers and graphic artists who scavenge the web for inspiration and images of all kinds and then lose track of them on their hard drives. With Pixa, a whole new level of organizing your image files is possible.
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