While I don’t particularly care for the subscriptions model when applied to a single app or suite like Adobe Creative Cloud or Microsoft Office 360, I am a fan of Setapp, a subscription software service that gives you access to full versions of more than 100 high-quality Mac apps, all for just $9.99 a month.
With a comprehensive description of every app, and ultra-fast search, it’s never been easier to find the appropriate app (or apps) for just about any task.
I’m a big fan of the company behind Setapp, Ukrainian-based MacPaw, and was asked to be a tester of Setapp a year ago. The list of available apps has grown immensely over the past year. I’m always happily surprised when I think, “I wish I had an app to do that” and check Setapp to find I do. I’m a general hater of subscription-based services but I have no problem recommending Setapp and, with a seven-day free trial that doesn’t require a credit card, it’s a bit of a no-brainer to try it out and see for yourself.