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Our Macs help us with all sorts of things: socializing, writing, playing games. But if you're really determined to get the most out of life, you're going to have to stay on-task. Apple's second week of its "Get Things Done" promotion is intended to help keep you organized (and save a few bucks).
Last week, Apple brought the Get Things Done promo to the Mac App Store, promising three weeks of reduced-priced productivity apps. The first set of applications was "utilize," and this week is "organize."
"When you're managing dozens of drafts and documents, big ideas can quickly turn into big messes," reads the App Store promotion. "Fortunately, we've found a handful of irreplaceable organizational Mac apps to help keep your files and thoughts organized."
There are nine apps to choose form this week, with each one discounted by about 50-percent. Highlights include Genmini: The Duplicate Finder for $4.99, and handy doc organizer Together for only $19.99.
The sale prices last until February 7, when Apple will roll out its next batch of "Get Things Done" apps.
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