Setapp, the first Mac app-subscription service rolls out a substantial UI revamp — an inbuilt App Discovery tool. With the launch of the new, improved desktop client, Setapp offers handy and quick access to all the apps in one window. The improvement aims to make app discovery easier and faster.
“We’ve built strong relationships with our customers since Setapp beta launch. As developers, we solicited and encouraged feedback at different product stages”, says Oleksandr Kosovan, founder and CEO of Setapp. “Our users asked for a better structure, a simpler discovery mechanism in Setapp (46,38% of users surveyed requested it). As a customer centric company, we couldn’t but implement that feature. We believe that well-structured Setapp will give better user experience to the customers.”
The new Setapp is no longer a folder. It’s a catalogue with categories and brief app summaries.
What’s new in the new Setapp:
Based on common function, type, or field of use and/or occupation Setapp classifies the apps in 10 categories:
A single monthly subscription of $9.99 (a trial month). With a referral program one get up to 6 months of free subscription.
macOS 10.10, min disk space 150mb
Setapp is a flat-fee subscription service for macOS software. For a single monthly subscription of only $9.99, Setapp users have a full access to a curated library of high-quality, fully functional Mac software. As of now, Setapp has 73 apps, from 65 vendors, worth a total of $2,387.22 and 35,000 active users.
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