Setapp

Setapp

The frontier platform that packs 240+ Mac apps into just one
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108 Reviews
Master Yusuf
Student
7 reviews
Amazing
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Amanda Parker

Senior Project Manager

8 reviews
Love it
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Alper Atılgan
Im digital advertiser
1 review
I've been trying to buy it for three days. Customer service leads to the high team and the high team is not responding.
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Alexander Käßner

Product Designer

7 reviews
Setapp has a great catalogue of apps to use and it’s easy to install and browse the apps. I use many apps from Setapp everyday. Can fully recommend to check it out! 👌
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Mahlatse Malete
Software Developer
1 review
its too expensive
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Shiva Sharan
Developer and a meme-lover
5 reviews
Love this. Has all I need.
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Is the all of fame of alternative app store.
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Gus Silber
Gus Silber
6 reviews
An amazingly useful and well-curated collection of apps. Easy to install or uninstall. Well worth the annual subscription fee.
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Lukas Hermann
Maker, fullstack dev and vue enthusiast
2 reviews
I love Gifox! It's super easy to use and does exactly what you expect. You can choose frame rate, resolution. Recommended 👍
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Alex Sisk
Alex Sisk
A boring 36 year old dude.
1 review
Review of Setapp
Everything was fine until I decided to cancel. (Cancellation was easy, getting SetApp out of my life hasn’t been.) After properly uninstalling the SetApp apps using the built-in uninstaller, and fully uninstalling SetApp using App Cleaner, Launchpad filled with dead shortcuts to all SetApp apps, even those I never installed. I reset the Launchpad database via Terminal, and was able to get back to normal - for a day. Now the nonexistent app shortcuts are back again. I’m going to have to wipe my MacBook Pro, it seems. Ran a full virus scan with. BitDefender, which is usually overzealous, and it found nothing. The empty, logo-marked SetApp folder keeps reappearing on my SSD. And now I’m going to have to pay to upgrade my occasional backup Software, Carbon Copy Cloner, to the latest version, so that I don’t have to wait ages for my Backblaze online backup to download my data. Then, I have to reinstall MacOS from scratch. Why does this software keep fighting me? I can’t think of any benefit to the company, so it makes me believe there’s some major flaw in their code. Worst of all, I’ve found numerous horror stories like this about SetApp, clearly written by intelligent people who performed uninstalls the right way, based on their descriptions. I’m usually skeptical of other reviewers who leave negative reviews, assuming they did something wrong. If I had ignored a review like this a while back, I would not be happy with myself right now.
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