Get over 200 productivity apps for Mac and iPhone for $69

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The Apple ecosystem is saturated with apps that claim to improve your productivity or provide convenience. You might even find free versions of these tools, but they’re likely to be riddled with ads or — worse — require in-app purchases. Setapp optimizes the process of optimizing your phone by giving you access to over 210 useful programs, and right now you can get a one-year subscription for $69, or 42 percent off.

Setapp is a one-stop hub containing essential tools that you might otherwise have spent hours searching for. You can browse through a library of apps focused on maintenance, lifestyle, productivity and more, and when you purchase Setapp, you get access to everything currently in the catalog plus new additions as the list grows.

None of the programs featured in Setapp will ask you for microtransactions or bombard you with ads. And when you finally find an app you love, you won’t have to worry about it being out of date or having to buy a complete version. Everything you find in Setapp is totally up to date without any hidden costs.

This service is unique because it will also recommend apps to you from its own library. You can use Setapp’s suggestions or browse to find software that suits your macOS and iOS needs. Once you find something you like, Setapp syncs your data across devices, so you can easily access your files or share settings between your Mac, iPad and iPhone. Setapp’s ease of use and expansive library even earned the service 4.4 out of 5 stars across over 150 user reviews on Trustpilot.

With Setapp, you can enjoy hundreds of automatically updated, high-quality programs across your Apple devices, and you won’t have to waste time hunting them down. An annual membership typically costs $119, but you can sign up now for just $69.

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