The Setapp subscription service now includes iOS apps for the first time
What you need to know
- App subscription service Setapp now includes iOS apps for the first time.
- A single subscription gets you access to Mac and iOS apps.
- There are seven iOS apps available at launch.
Popular app subscription service Setapp has announced that it is bringing iOS apps under its wing for the first time, adding them to its already large Mac catalog.
There are seven iOS apps available via Setapp today, with more set to be added in due course. The seven include Ulysses, Paste, Gemini Photos, Taskheat, SQLPro Studio, Mind Node, and PDF Search. Throw in the 190+ Mac apps that are already available and the $9.99 per month starting price seems like a bargain.
Setapp founder Oleksandr Kosovan says that the addition of iOS apps is something the company has been asked for time and time again.
Those looking to take Setapp for a spin can sign up for the service via the company's website right now (opens in new tab).
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