Open the Mac App Store to buy and download apps.
Never miss out on discounted apps again!
AppyDays gives you an unbeatable quick, simple and extremely current overview of discounted Mac or iOS-Apps.
In version 2 we have made major improvements and brushed up AppyDays even more!
* Simple, but very effective filters (category, price, rating)
* Search in lists
* Save favorite apps and buy them later
* Ignore developers and apps to keep your list clean of anything that you don't care about anyway
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 Version 2.0.3
* Fixes a bug that prevented new data from being downloaded on machines running Snow Leopard
A good start, but zero support
As mentioned already, this is only useful if you want to see what's discounted at the time. Who does that?
You can search for specific apps or use filters, but it only shows apps if they are currently discounted; otherwise gives the number of matching apps. Useless info by itself. And what's this Favorites list? Seems to do nothing. Maybe there will be a future ability to track favorite (wanted) apps and get an alert when they go on discount?
There is no Help and the developer's website offers no support. You can add comments there, but good luck getting a response.
This app seems unfinished, so it's not a one-star rating; it has potential and needs refinement and real support.
Sometimes it is good info
I dont use this app every day, but I like to bring it up every once in a while if I am looking for something new. I only have a couple of complaints. One is that sometimes it will show an app at a discounted price, but when you actually go to the app store it is a higher price. The other thing I wish they would show is listed OS X requirements. I am currently running Snow Leopard because I did not like the upgrade to Lion and went back. Instead of wasting my time looking up an app I cannot use, if it listed the OS X as 10.7 or above I would not go there.
The last reviewer took the words right out of my mouth. I have an AppShopper 1.4.4 app on my iPhone that I love. It does all I want for iOS. There needs to be an app like that for the Mac App Store. Where you place apps you want on a watch list. When the price drops you get notified. It also showed the apps history, the date ofevery update, price drop and price increase. This info really helps.