Daily Deals for May 27, 2015, featuring Carbo Handwriting

It’s time to save some of your hard-earned money with our Daily Deals, featuring highlighted deals for AWT readers, hardware discounts and our own handpicked iOS and OS X sales. All prices are USD and subject to change. Please check prices before you purchase as some deals may expire quickly.

AWT Featured App

  • Carbo) [$7.99 → $3.99] Carbo lets you capture and organize handwritten notes and sketches, bringing handwriting in the digital age, right on your iPhone and iPad.

Hardware and Accessory Deals

iOS Software Discounts

  • Gesundheit! [$2.99 → Free] Gesundheit! combines extraordinary hand-drawn visuals and animation with an infectious gameplay to create a vibrant and colorful world where cute characters face off against wacky monsters, pigs will fly, and snot happens!?

  • Waking Mars [$4.99 → $1.99] UNCOVER THE MYSTERIES OF ANCIENT MARS.

  • Sketchify [$0.99 → Free] Be creative. Transform your photos into gorgeous, vibrant works of art.

  • Windy ~ Sleep Relax Meditate with natural white noise sounds [$1.99 → Free] Sleep better with Windy, a beautiful white noise app that plays soothing high quality winds recorded in stereoscopic 3D for headphones, and more.

  • Brandnew Boy [$3.99 → $0.99] Brandnew Boy is heart-stopping, breath-taking 3D combat adventure built on Unreal Engine 3 for an unbelievable iOS action experience.

  • IM+ Pro7 [$4.99 → $1.99] Chat on GTalk, FB, Twitter, Yahoo!, AIM, and more from one app. IM+ features free texting, group chats, message history.

  • Piikki: Receipt Scanner & Expense Reports [$3.99 → $1.99] Piikki is an amazing receipt scanner app for your iPhone & iPad.

OS X Software Discounts

  • Magnet [$4.99 → $1.99] Every time you want to copy content from one app to the other, compare files side by side or multitask in any other way, you need all the windows arranged accordingly. Magnet makes this process clean and simple.

  • QuickShot - Menubar Screenshot Manager [$0.99 → Free] Simply take a screenshot using OSX's built in functionality and it will be immediately draggable from your menubar.