Unsanity Marks Its Fifth Anniversary Celebration

In the early 2000s, Unsanity made waves with the launch of Unsanity Echo, a customizable music player. Despite its initial success, the arrival of iTunes posed a significant challenge, leading Unsanity to pivot away from music players like their subsequent Mint Audio towards more sustainable ventures.

Transitioning their focus, Unsanity explored the realm of utility software, creating enhancements known as haxies.

These tools, including popular ones like WindowShade and FruitMenu, have significantly improved the user experience on OS X for many, including myself.

In celebration of their journey, Unsanity is currently offering a 50% discount on all their products today and tomorrow. Visit their website to access this promotion using a special coupon code.

With most items originally priced at around $10, this is an excellent opportunity to enhance your OS X environment at a minimal cost.

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Scott

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