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Every day in the tech space, all kinds of new apps are launched. Some become household names, and others are forgotten quickly. There are some apps, though, that constantly remain the big players. These are the productivity apps that people are willing to subscribe to year after year. To which apps am I referring?

  • LastPass Premium
  • WunderList Pro
  • Evernote Premium
  • Dropbox Pro
  • Pocket Premium

These services are the best of the best, and as such, signing up for all of them would cost you a pretty penny. But what if we told you that you can have all of them, with a bonus digital subscription to the New York Times, for just $59.99? The full price for these services would be $182. That’s a savings of 67% for access to all of these beloved services. Just buy it already!

Seriously, this is a deal that you’d be absolutely insane to pass up, but just in case you need further convincing, let’s take a look at what you’ll get with this bundle.

Pocket Premium

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Pocket is a service to help you store cool things you find on the web for later reading. Their Premium plan normally goes for $45 a year, but you’ll get one year of service as part of this bundle. With Premium, the things you save will be available forever, you’ll have better interest lists, more organization tools, the ability to search within your saved content, and more. If you use Pocket, or are thinking you’d like to, the Premium plan is a fantastic upgrade and one you won’t want to miss.

Wunderlist Pro

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Wunderlist is easily one of the best to-do list applications out there, and the Pro version makes it even better. A year of Pro would normally cost $50, but again, you’ll save a ton through this bundle. As for¬†features, Wunderlist Pro unlocks collaboration abilities, which makes working with a team much easier. You’ll be able to share files of any size, create unlimited subtasks, and have access to Pro backgrounds.

Evernote Premium

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Who doesn’t use Evernote as a way of keeping tracks of thoughts, ideas, notes? Who wouldn’t want to make it better with features like larger notes, the ability to annotate PDFs right in the service, document search, and more. Normally $45 for 12 months, you can really see how with this, and the previous services, this deal is actually quite ridiculous.

LastPass Premium

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You need a password manager. Flat out. If you aren’t using one, you’re putting your accounts at risk. So why not use one of the most popular password managers out there, and then why not upgrade to a Premium account? With LastPass Premium, you can use the service on smartphones and tablets, which means you get to take the security and convenience with you!

Dropbox Pro

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Dropbox instantly comes to mind when needing to store something in the cloud, and upgrading to their Pro plan opens up more storage and other awesome features. With this deal, you’ll get three months to trial Dropbox Premium and its 1 TB of storage, which would normally set you back $30. If you’ve ever wanted to check out what it’s like to have Dropbox Pro for an extended period, you need to purchase this bundle quickly!

Bonus: New York Times Digital Subscription

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As an added bonus, you’ll get a free eight-week digital subscription to the New York Times, which will allow you to read all of its content on your computer or mobile devices. Whether you want to read the articles for fun or for business, it’s the icing on an already delicious cake.

Wrapping Up

Seriously, I don’t think I need to stress again just how nuts this deal is. These are the biggest productivity apps on the market. Forget paying $182 to get them all. Instead, just snag this deal for $59.99. But don’t wait, because like all good deals, this is only available for a limited time.

In case you missed it, here’s that link to buy it one last time!

Pocket Premium, Wunderlist Pro, Evernote Premium, and LastPass premium available to new and existing users through this bundle. Dropbox Pro and the New York Times Digital Subscription available to new users only. All sales are final. Instant digital redemption.

Image Credits: Business planning Via Shutterstock

  1. Ginna
    April 17, 2015 at 10:22 am

    Thanks for the list :)

    I use MarkO (http://check.marko.rocks/blogs) - location based reminder and it' s great app and it's free. When I want to buy groceries, it sends me reminders when I pass near a grocery store. Also, I can share my reminders with my husband.

  2. Guy
    February 8, 2015 at 6:51 pm

    At the top of this article, just under the title, in a box that highlights it, in normal sized text, it reads:

    This post was made possible by StackSocial. The actual contents and opinions are the sole views of the author, who maintains editorial independence, even when a post is sponsored. For more details, please read our disclaimer.

    So, yeah, I'd say that was pretty upfront about whether this article was sponsored or not.

    • ReadandShare
      February 9, 2015 at 12:48 am

      Guy, you are correct, and thanks for pointing this out. So it's more than just MUO / Ben S "recommending a great deal". Disclosure is an important step, so credit to MUO. But still, it would be real nice to present ads differently than regular articles.

  3. Ben S
    February 8, 2015 at 6:33 pm

    Everyone who's asking about our policy on articles like these: I'm not directly involved in the process, and you can get in contact with someone who is if you'd like, but we do have a disclosure page on this subject. Hopefully it clears things up:

    http://www.makeuseof.com/affiliate-disclaimer/

  4. Steven
    February 8, 2015 at 1:19 pm

    Exactly, recommending services (s) or programs you have given praise, is the question and concern. Receiving renumeration for products reviewed without disclosure is a problem for me, as were the reviews influenced.

    • Jackson
      February 9, 2015 at 2:54 am

      In this particular article, we receive a small commission, but on our site in general, we run VigLink (read more here: http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/makeuseof-has-embraced-viglink-now-its-your-turn/) and we constantly display an affiliate disclaimer in our sidebar. You should know that we do everything we can do keep the site afloat and provide you with great content for free. In that sense, we're no different from any other websites like CultofMac or Lifehacker.

  5. hs
    February 8, 2015 at 8:32 am

    If the amount for the discounted year is a great deal, does that mean that it's a bad deal from year two onwards? After all, it's either "pay up in full or lose your premium features". This deal is interesting for everyone who was anyway about to purchase one of the services and can get the other to try on top for a reduced amount for one year. For everyone else, it doesn't make sense.

    Oh, and I second RedAndShare's question. Did MUO receive money or other rewards of significant value for publishing this article? Thank you!

  6. ReadandShare
    February 8, 2015 at 1:30 am

    @BenS -- Was or will MUO be paid to recommend this great deal that contains services you've given praising reviews to? I ask because many of your readers -- including myself -- dislike ads disguised as articles. Please let us know. Thanks.

    • Jackson
      February 9, 2015 at 2:51 am

      We would recommend these apps individually at the full retail price. This bundle gives us even more reason to promote it. The article is clearly labelled as a sponsored post, but we wouldn't have published it if we didn't believe in it.

    • Steve
      February 9, 2015 at 2:36 pm

      They will get paid off the back of this article as the link has their affiliate ID attached

  7. Joe
    February 7, 2015 at 4:48 pm

    Disappointing to see MUO go this way.

    • Ben S
      February 7, 2015 at 9:14 pm

      What's the issue? We're recommending a great deal that contains services we've given praising reviews to.

  8. ReadandShare
    February 7, 2015 at 4:34 pm

    " Just buy it already!"

    That's a bit misleading there. I use Lastpass on my desktop and wouldn't mind buying the premium version for my Android for a reasonable amount -- but I hate paying every year forever -- which is exactly what your offer entailed. That's not buying at all. It's just subscribing. Not that subscribing is bad, but MUO should have labeled it accurately.

    • ReadandShare
      February 7, 2015 at 4:36 pm

      I should add that my comment refers specifically to Lastpass -- not the other items.

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