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Setapp launches publicly: get unlimited access to 60+ paid Mac apps for a flat monthly fee
Developer MacPaw's new Netflix-like subscription service for prime Mac apps has been in invite-only beta since December 2016. Beginning today, Setapp is available to everyone in exchange for a flat monthly fee of $9.99. An alternative to Apple's Mac App Store, Setapp gives you unlimited access to 61 Mac apps, with more to be added as additional developers join the service. These are fully functional apps that update automatically and contain no In-App Purchases, paid upgrades or ads. Shortcuts to each and every app offered in the Setapp bundle are saved in the Setapp folder inside your Applications folder. The apps take very little space until you choose to use an app, at which point Setapp's helper app downloads an item to your computer. You also get handy app previews that contain a short description, system requirements, screenshots and so forth.
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