Today, Android users have tons of applications to choose from the Google Play Store. Some apps are free, others are supported by ads, micropayments, or a fixed purchasing price, and then there are premium applications that require a subscription in order for the user to be able and take advantage of the full suite of features. For productivity purposes, there are numerous applications out there that need an active subscription, and if you do the math, sustaining several such applications can become somewhat of a costly adventure in the long run. Fortunately for Android users who may want to acquire a handful of productivity-oriented premium applications at a reduced price, The Productivity Pack might be the answer they are looking for.
The Productivity Pack is back with a new bundle of productivity-oriented applications at a reduced price. It's a limited-time bundle, which now includes a one-year subscription to a handful of applications such as Pocket Premium, Wunderlist Pro, LastPass Premium, Do Business, Quip Business, and UberConference Business. As an added bonus, the same bundle also includes a twelve-week subscription to The New York Times online magazine, and all of this can be purchased for the low price of $69.99. It's quite a valuable bundle if you consider the fact that buying each one of these applications and subscriptions separately would rack up the cost to about $500. It basically translates to 85% savings – assuming of course that you would otherwise intend on paying the full price for these services to begin with. If not then this might be your chance to give these applications a try at a much reduced price.
One thing to keep in mind, however, is that The Productivity Pack is a limited-time offer. The bundle will be available until April 22, which gives prospective customers a little over two weeks to decide whether or not they should place an order. It also worth noting that this isn't the first Productivity Pack bundle to become available this year, so you might want to keep an eye out for future offers too. Should the current Productivity Pack be exactly what you need, you can head down to the bundle's official webpage by clicking the source link below.