Less than a week after Apple greenlit third-party app stores for iPhones in the European Union, MacPaw developers unveiled Setapp, a pioneering alternative to the traditional App Store.
Venturing into the EU Mobile Market:
In a recent press release, MacPaw expressed enthusiasm for Apple’s recent innovations and outlined their anticipation for the imminent launch of Setapp in the EU mobile market. The statement acknowledges the complexities of the evolving situation and highlights MacPaw’s dedication to establishing a balanced app ecosystem. The company’s overarching goal is to foster an environment where developers of all sizes can thrive under an equitable business model.
Preparing for Launch:
MacPaw is currently in the final stages of developing a beta version of the Setapp marketplace, with a full launch expected later this year. Reports indicate that the company is actively engaging with developers offering cross-platform solutions on Setapp for Mac, extending the opportunity to bring their products to the new iPhone marketplace. Additionally, MacPaw has forged partnerships with leading mobile app developers, aiming to feature their products on Setapp, notes NIXSolutions.
As anticipation builds, Setapp emerges as a promising addition to the EU iPhone app market, embodying MacPaw’s commitment to a diverse and thriving app ecosystem.