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Setapp is an app store, but with an unusual twist. Customers pay a subscription fee of $9.99 per month, and in return get unlimited access to a library of high-quality, curated packages.
These come from a small, hand-picked selection of reputable developers. Now, it has around 45 of these onboard in plans it would maximum 300 of the best apps. Setapp is currently in a closed beta, with a public beta soon to follow. The service is slated for a full public release at the start of next year.
The mechanics behind how you use Setapp are delightfully simple. First, you register with the service and download a small app. This then creates a folder in your Finder favorites, which is populated with shortcuts to everything that’s contained in the Setapp library. If you need to install something, just double-click it. It’ll be on your hard drive in a matter of moments. No need to be tethered to your Internet connection, either. If you lose connectivity, or if you’re in a place without Wi-Fi, all apps will continue to work as normal. Users will always have the latest version of the software.
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