If you regularly visit this blog, then you probably already know Setapp. We mention this ever-growing collection of apps for Mac and iOS devices already for six years regulary. In addition to the individual subscription, there is now a new offer for families. Up to four people can share a subscription and each have a Mac and an Apple mobile device (iPhone or iPad) with the apps in the collection. From just $19,99 a month or $215,88 a year, up to eight devices can be equipped with programs from a package of over 240 full versions.
TL; DR: Here is the offer page
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Setapp: Easy-to-use app package for the whole family
From customizing the system and leveraging a faster workflow, to various work and creative apps, to developer tools, everything is included with Setapp. First of all, you install the Setapp app as such. You can then choose the right apps and install them. So you don't have to download all 240+ apps directly, you can use them individually. The individual programs are full versions without advertising, which also receive regular updates. With the new family plan, up to four people can access the catalog of macOS and iOS or iPadOS apps on two devices each.
Benefits of Setapp's new family subscription
- Much cheaper than four individual subscriptions ($19,99 / month vs. $39,96 / month)
- Access to all Mac and mobile apps for up to four people
- Each person has their own account with their own app management
- You cannot see which apps are being used by other people
- Anyone who has not yet had a Setapp subscription can test the offer for 30 days free of charge
Advertising campaign for the family subscription with two new spots
Clean up the system and compress files for sending - that's what the two new commercials are about, with which Setapp is presenting its own offer as well as the now available family subscription applies. Setapp has teamed up with the production company Radioaktiv Film (“Apple Bounce”, “House of Disney+”, various music videos, commercials, and much more) to create these spots. So are Cleaning and Dry cleaning emerged.
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