MightyDeals is a deal aggregating application that showcases deals that web professionals would find beneficial. Some typical deals could include design tools, professional templates, Mac toolkits, web development lessons and more. Users can expect to save anything from 50% to 90% off. MightyDeals negotiates closely with some of the creative providers out there to bring users the best possible prices on design and programming tools that their users might need. Additionally, users can sign up for a free newsletter so they are alerted of the latest deals in real-time. MightyDeals will list a featured deal each day. Users can also access all deals listed on the site or browse through the things that are free on the site instead.Show more screenshots »
MightyDeals is run and owned by the team called Webdesigner Depot, who also are known for an extremely popular blog for web designers managed by Walter Apai. The website was developed by Claudiu Cioba and coded by the team at Webdesigner Depot.
MightyDeals is a deal aggregator focused on web tools for web pros. They try to display the most lucrative and helpful deals that they can find and also they negotiate their own exclusive deals as well. MightyDeals also is a free app and it doesn't require any kind of registration for users to access its information.
MightyDeals is easy to use and well-categorized into a featured deal, all deals and free stuff. The app has a simple design and is easy to use and access. It was fast and responsive and there were no broken links or bugs encountered during this review.
Users don't need to register in order to use MightyDeals. However they could subscribe to the newsletter in order to be alerted of new deals.
MightyDeals is a free application. The deals have a cost, but to access and be able to browse the deals on MightyDeals is completely free.
MightyDeals is an excellent application for web professionals to get the tools and deals that they are interested in. It tries to aggregate the very best deals and cuts out the deals that most people wouldn't be interested in. Since it's free, there's really nothing to lose.