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Setapp announces Yac partnership with fifteen app Collection

Setapp offers 15 apps in the Yac Remote Work Collection

Setapp has announced a partnership with Yac to offer a fifteen app Collection focused on remote work.

Setapp is a subscription service that provides many professional Mac apps, fully unlocked, for a single monthly price. Setapp has begun bundling apps together in "Collections" to make it easier for users to find the apps they need.

One app Collection is the Yac Remote Work Pack, and it includes five apps by Yac and ten from Setapp.

The fifteen apps are:

  • Newton
  • Bartender
  • Meeter
  • Paste
  • Filepane
  • Be Focused
  • ToothFairy
  • BetterZip
  • Gifox
  • Yoink
  • Ohtipi
  • Serenity
  • Backtrack
  • Sip
  • Yac

"Remote work has driven an increasing demand for productivity solutions. The global productivity software market size is expected to reach an incredible $99.2 billion by 2026," said Oleksandr Kosovan, CEO, and Founder of Setapp. "We were delighted to learn the Yac team used Setapp to help them stay productive while working entirely remotely on their platform. Today, we're excited to collaborate on a joint solution that will help remote teams everywhere to enhance their productivity and get work done successfully."

Setapp calls the Yac Remote Work Pack the "flagship Collection" in a series of 16 Collections available with the Setapp subscription. Each Collection seeks to help users complete a specific task or solve a problem.

Yac Remote Work Pack is available to all Setapp users. The service is available for a flat fee of $9.99 per month for macOS apps.

Setapp also offers apps for iOS at an additional $2.50 per month. The service originally cost $5 extra, but Setapp permanently lowered the cost after user protests.

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