Access 210+ curated apps for both Mac and iPhone at 42% off with Setapp

Today's highlighted deal comes via our Apps + Software section of the Neowin Deals store, where for only a limited time, you can save 42% off a 1-year subscription to Setapp. Access 210+ curated apps for both Mac and iPhone and start focusing on your work.


Setapp is the next generation productivity service for Mac and iPhone users to get the right way and tools to organize their work, with a curated collection of 210+ apps and personalized app recommendation system. Like a genie’s lamp, Setapp is bursting with tools that easily install to boost workflow. With a Setapp membership, get every app available now and every app to come.

  • Access to 210+ apps gives you the endless joy of discovery
  • Browse a library of apps spanning maintenance, lifestyle, Mac hacks & productivity, task management, developer tools, creativity, personal finance, & more
  • Use apps without distractions, in-app purchases, or ads
  • Get new software without paying for costly upgrades so you always have the latest version
  • No need to separate Mac & iPhone routines - with Setapp, your apps are fully synced across devices

A 1-year subscription to Setapp normally costs $119, but you can pick it up for just $69 for a limited time - that represents a saving of $50 (42% off). For a full description, spec, and terms, click the link below.

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