NIV Application Commentaries, $4.99 Each

NIVAC sale

 

Zondervan’s NIV Application Commentary series is on sale again (today is the last day), with each of the ebooks selling at $4.99.

I really liked Psalms vol. 1 in this series. There are a lot of really good volumes in NIVAC, including some e-bundles available now.

All the Table of Contents now are hyperlinked, so navigating via Kindle or iBooks should be relatively manageable. You won’t get the same sort of search power you’d get in Accordance or Logos, but the price is tough to beat.

See everything here on Amazon or here at Zondervan’s page.

NIV Application Commentaries (Including Bundles), Less than $5 a Book

NIVAC sale

 

There is another big sale on Zondervan’s NIV Application Commentary series, with each of the ebooks selling at $4.99–on, among other places, Amazon. For the first time Zondervan is offering various discounted bundles, too. Check them out here.

As I’ve said before, I really liked Psalms vol. 1 in this series. There are a lot of really good volumes in NIVAC, like Genesis, Peter Enns’s Exodus, and the sleeper hit of the series: James (David P. Nystrom). (Seriously–I think it might be the best of the bunch.)

All the Table of Contents now are hyperlinked, so navigating via Kindle or iBooks should be relatively manageable. You won’t get the same sort of search power you’d get in Accordance or Logos, but the price is tough to beat.

Alto’s Adventure On Sale for $0.99 in the App Store

My new favorite iOS game is Alto’s Adventure. My 7- and 4-year olds love it, too.

Here are a couple of developer screenshots:

 

Alto
Snowboard down hills: by night or by day

 

 

Jump and flip your way over gaps and obstacles
Jump and flip your way over gaps and obstacles

 

The app has cool music, great sound effects, and a really relaxing vibe. It’s a good challenge, too.

The app is on sale right now at the App Store for $0.99 (down from $2.99). You can find it here.

Big-Time Deals on NIV Application Commentaries (NIVAC) in Accordance, Logos, and Olive Tree

NIVAC Accordance sale

 

Zondervan’s NIV Application Commentary series is on mega-sale, with each of the ebooks selling at $7.99 in Accordance, Logos, and Olive Tree.

I really liked Psalms vol. 1 in this series. The Genesis, Luke, and Galatians volumes were stand-by commentaries when I preached through those books, too.

Here is where you can find more details on the sale, which Zondervan rarely offers in any other e-format than Kindle:

Accordance // Logos // Olive Tree

Dietrich Bonhoeffer Works for <$100 in Olive Tree

Bonhoeffer in Olive Tree

 

Right now you can find the Dietrich Bonhoeffer Works, English Edition (DBWE, 16 volumes) for just $99.99 in Olive Tree Bible software. A few more Bonhoeffer items are also listed at their sale here.

Olive Tree’s iOS and desktop apps are free, so if you like Bonhoeffer and have the cash, this is probably the best price for his complete works in English that one will ever find. (It does not yet include the just-released-in-print Volume 17.)

Bonhoeffer died 70 years ago today.

“Ultra-Premium Mac Bundle” (8 Apps at 91% Off)

Ultra-Premium Mac Bundle

StackSocial is offering a bundle of 8 Mac Apps for $44.99. You can even use code ULTRA5 at checkout for an extra $5 off.

Things2, a sleek task management app, is part of the bundle. It alone retails for $50. Also included is the otherwise $99 ScreenFlow 5, a robust piece of software for screencasting and video editing on Mac.

Find the deal, with more details on each of the included apps, here.

iOS and Mac App Store “Get Productive” Sale

Get Productive App Store

 

Don’t spend too much time checking out new productivity apps (hint: that’s an easy time drain to rationalize away), but if you’re looking for a calendar app, a to-do app, or even a couple good desktop clients for blogging, there are some good options for iOS and OSX on sale right now.

The iOS sale includes Calendars 5, Fantastical 2 (my new go-to calendar app), Workflow, Duet Display (lets you use your iPad as another screen for your computer), and a handful more. You can find them all here.

The Mac App Store sale includes Blogo and Desk, two sleek apps that let you post to your blog from a desktop client. Both are half off, and you can see the rest by going to the “Featured” section of your App Store computer app.