Postbox 5 streamlines all your various email accounts, organizes them cleanly and intuitively, and offers up a host of methods for dealing with those emails. Right now, you can get a lifetime of Postbox 5’s powerful services for just $ 29.99, a 25 percent savings, from TNW Deals.
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The Galaxy S8 and S8+ have pretty good battery life out of the box, but sometimes, you just need some extra juice. For those occasions, you have two options: a portable battery or a battery case. Portable batteries usually offer more power for your money, but they’re also rather cumbersome. These battery cases for the S8 and S8+ are just $ 29.99 apiece, which erases much of the cost issue, and at 5000mAh+, they’re pretty beefy as well.
[Deal Alert] Brexlink Galaxy S8 5000mAh, S8+ 5500mAh battery cases are just $ 29.99 ($ 10 off) on Amazon was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Thus far, we’ve only seen a maximum of a $ 10 discount on Google’s Chromecast Ultra. That’s really not that great of an incentive, but if you’re on the West Coast, you may be able to grab one of these 4K-capable streaming devices for just $ 29.99 – a whopping 57% off the MSRP.
The Chromecast Ultra is a 4K playback-capable version of the second-gen Chromecast. Provided your TV supports it, it can also play HDR10 and Dolby Vision content.
[Deal Alert] Get a Chromecast Ultra for just $ 29.99 ($ 39 off) from RCWilley, but only with local pickup was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Amazon is preparing for its ‘Prime Day, which arrives July 11 with major site-wide discounts in tow. It’s like the Steam Summer Sale, except you buy real physical objects instead of games you’ll never get around to playing. Amazon has made a few deals live early for Prime users, and dropped the price of the refurbished Echo Dot to just $ 29.99.
Let’s talk about the Echo Dot first. This is the most recent model (second-generation), but it is refurbished.
[Deal Alert] Refurbished Echo Dot is down to $ 29.99 ($ 15 off) on Amazon Prime, early Prime Day deals available for Alexa users was written by the awesome team at Android Police.