Oisin Prendiville + Pádraig Kennedy Tokens
We don’t normally feature apps aimed solely at developers, but this one’s too cool to pass up. Tokens (Free/$29), from developers Oisin Prendiville and Pádraig Kennedy, is a standalone tool for managing App Store promo codes. If you’ve never had to deal with getting them out, consider yourself lucky. It’s normally a big hassle, but Tokens makes the process whole lot easier and gives you features Apple doesn’t.
Once you’ve logged into Tokens with your Apple Connect account, it automatically pulls down all the apps associated with it. The free version allows you to share codes for one app, while the paid version is for those with multiple apps—it supports as many as you have. To distribute codes, simply click on one of the “Available” boxes, name it if you’d like, and then right click to choose how you’d like to share it. Tokens even tells you when the code has been redeemed.
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