Four of the most useful productivity apps have joined together to form the Productivity Pack — a $60 bundle that includes year-long subscriptions to password manager LastPass, archiving service Pocket Premium, and note-taking apps Evernote and Wunderlist. The bundle also comes with an eight-week digital subscription to The New York Times, meaning all the time you save by digitizing your daily duties can be spent reading instead.
Wunderlist is our favorite to-do list app
Each of the apps is one of the best in their class: Wunderlist is our favorite to-do list app by some stretch, LastPass is a solid password manager, and Evernote got a redesign last year that minimized clutter, making made it both beautiful and easy to use. It's also a good chance to get Pocket Premium for a low price. The service, which can keep permanent archives of web pages, launched last year with a $5-a-month subscription fee.
Each of the apps bundled in the Productivity Pack also has a free version, but the deal is a 68 percent discount on the overall price of the year-long pro-level subscriptions, which would come to $185 if bought separately. The additional year purchased goes into effect when the current pay period ends. The pack is going to be available for a month, starting today and ending on February 13th.