Can't find the right Mac apps? Let AI do it for you

Can’t find the right Mac apps? Let AI do it for you


Setapp recommendations
Setapp is now smart!
Photo: Setapp

Sometimes you need an app to perform a certain task, but you don’t know where to find it. With the latest version of Setapp, you can get personal, hand-picked app recommendations based on how you use your Mac.

Finding the perfect software has never been easier!

“In the future every gadget and service you use will know you,” Setapp says. “They’ll know when to wake you up on Tuesdays, what music to play when you’re working out, and where to book a table on a Saturday night.”

Its new Mac app is “a baby step in the direction of these awe-inspiring, almost creepy times.”

It works out what you use your Mac for based on the apps you already have installed, then matches them against the picks of some 200,000 other users. It factors in things like popularity and relevance, then presents you with new app recommendations.

The more apps you use, the better Setapp will be at finding new ones that perfectly suit your needs. And because its catalog continues to grow at an impressive rate, it’s going to get even better at suggesting great apps over time.

Setapp promises to find you software that’s a “perfect fit,” alongside awesome indie titles you never knew you needed. And the best part about it is that you don’t have to do anything but install the Setapp app on your Mac.

The interface presents you with your recommendations, along with new arrivals and recent updates. You’ll find detailed descriptions of each app as well as screenshots, and you’ll be able to install them from right within the Setapp client.

To get started with Setapp, go download it now!


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