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Whether it’s your living space or digital space, staying organized is difficult. There are to cycle through that claim to streamline your workflow and make your daily life easier. But therein lies the issue: How do you choose between all those options? The App Store is so bullish on the open market that it is absolutely brimming with multiple solutions for the same problem. That just turns sifting through the store itself into the first step of getting organized.
If that seems self-defeating to you, you might be interested in . It’s a productivity service for Mac that helps you find the tools you need to organize your life in a much more streamlined way. It’s basically the App Store, only done better, which is why it’s earned the moniker “the Spotify of Mac apps.”
Setapp offers a curated collection of more than 210 apps and a personalized recommendation system to help you find everything you need. Most of its apps are designed to help you boost your workflow, but the library spans maintenance, lifestyle, Mac hacks and productivity, task management, developer tools, creative apps, personal finance and more. The point is, if there really needs to be an app for that, there’s an app for that.
Additionally, Setapp allows you to browse without distractions, in-app purchases or ads. Your subscription fee covers everything, including automatic updates to the latest versions of all your apps and access to every new option added to the service. Plus, Setapp fully syncs the apps you choose to download across all your Apple devices.
9to5Mac writes, ”Setapp is one of the easiest ways to find many awesome apps to try without having to purchase a bunch of different ones.”
Work smarter, not harder. Setapp usually costs $107, but you can .
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