Good deal: 50% off Fantastical and Chatology Mac bundle

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We’re pretty big fans of Fantastical here at iDB. Flexibits’ powerful, well-designed calendar and todo app has won us over on both the Mac and iPhone. So when we came across this software sale, we just had to pass it on.

The deal site Stack Social is offering what it calls a ‘Flexibits Mini Mac Bundle’ right now, and the promotion includes both Fantastical for Mac and Chatology for Mac at a significant discount. More details after the fold…



From the app’s App Store description:

“Presenting the calendar app you’ll actually enjoy using. Type in that you have “Lunch with John on Friday at 1pm” and Fantastical will schedule it! Or type in that you need to “Buy milk by Tuesday” and Fantastical will create a reminder with a due date!

Fantastical’s natural language event/reminder creation, beautiful calendar, and gorgeous list make it the best calendar you’ll ever use. Stay on top of your schedule with features like native CalDAV support, automatic alarms for new events, OS X and iOS reminder support, and instant search.”



From the Flexibit website:

“If you use Messages or iChat, you probably know that searching messages to find important info from past chats can be frustrating. Perhaps you couldn’t find what you were looking for, or your Mac slowed down so much that you gave up.

Chatology helps you find exactly what you’re looking for without frustration. Chatology understands chats from all the favorite services you already use with Messages, such as iMessage, AOL Instant Messenger (AIM), Google Talk, Yahoo!, Jabber, and Facebook.”

Normally, the two apps run $20 a piece, or $40 total. But for a limited time, Stack Social is offering both as digital downloads for Mac users for just $19.99. That’s 50% off the bundle, or you can look at it as a 2-for-1 special.

It’s pretty simple. If you’re interested in picking up the two apps, just click here to visit the deal page. Once you’ve paid, you’ll be given access to download the 2 apps, as well as instructions on how to activate them. No refunds.

What do you think, deal or no deal?