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Twelve years after the first CleanMyMac version and 17 years after the introduction of the Apple iTunes Store, both can be found together in the current version. The software CleanMyMac X is used to clean up Macs and has long been part of the basic equipment of my Apple computers. But is it worth buying the software from the Apple App Store? After all, the programs offered there are subject to some restrictions. Doesn't it make more sense to get CleanMyMac X with better conditions from the relevant online shop or via the SetApp subscription? Well, I'll break that down for you in the following.
Emptying trash cans, removing leftovers, disposing of malware and repairing damage, comprehensive uninstalling of programs - all of this and much more can be done with CleanMyMac X The range of functions is also given with the version from the App Store, but there are other restrictions. A subscription has to be taken out, while the MacPaw Store also offers a one-time purchase. The test version is limited in its functionality in the App Store, while it is complete with SetApp. All in all, the individual purchase and use features speak more in favor of the MacPaw shop or the SetApp subscription. You can find details in this overview:
|MacPaw Store||App Store||SetApp|
|Link to the source of supply||Buy directly from the developers||Download from the Apple supplier||180+ apps for $ 9,99 / month|
|Free test||Yes, but limited||Yes, but limited||With all functions, but limited in time|
|Free major version upgrade||Only with a subscription||Ja||Ja|
|Number of devices||
||All of a person's Apple ID devices||
||Unrestricted access to over 180 apps in the monthly savings plan|
SetApp now offers a comprehensive selection of Mac apps for Mac, iMac, MacBook and Mac Mini. These come from the areas of Maintenance, Lifestyle, Productivity, Task Management, Developer Tools, Writing & Blogging, Education, Mac Hacks, Creativity, and Personal Finance. No matter how many apps you use from the package, you always only pay the fixed monthly subscription price. All apps have full version functions and are free of advertising. They are also provided with all updates and upgrades.
Here is a small selection of apps included in SetApp that I have already presented on the blog:
Jens has been running the blog since 2012. He appears as Sir Apfelot for his readers and helps them with problems of a technical nature. In his free time he drives electric unicycles, takes photos (preferably with his iPhone, of course), climbs around in the Hessian mountains or hikes with the family. His articles deal with Apple products, news from the world of drones or solutions for current bugs.