How Setapp Saves Me Hundreds of Dollars Every Year
And is helping me conquer shiny app-ject syndrome at last
I don’t need 250 apps on my Mac, and I certainly don’t want to part with money for access to software I neither need nor want. Yet I subscribed to Setapp more than two years ago, effectively paying for access to many pieces of software I’ll never use. Happily paying for it, I might add.
Paradox, or madness? —Neither!
It is, in fact, a devilishly clever strategy that’s defying the initial logic I once used to scoff at this bulk subscription service. Despite not using even half of what they have on offer, the value I gain from Setapp far outweighs the price I pay.
Money saved is, to me, literally money earned.
What I write here will likely either reinforce your opinion that Setapp is not for you, or convince you to give it a go. Should it be the latter, keep in the back of your mind that at the end of this article there’s a link for a 1-month free trial instead of the usual 7 da…
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