MacPaw Setapp is a subscription based software library for your Mac. Every program is available for use as long as you are paid up. The choice of software is quite broad, so it may be the only subscription service you need. The team have put some thought into the apps they offer, giving you a smaller collection of quality apps to choose from. At $9.99 a month, that's quite reasonable.
Parallels Desktop 13 lets you run Windows apps on your Mac. That can be very handy if you rely on certain Windows apps for your business, or have switched to Mac and can't find alternatives for everything you need.
Drive Genius promises to keep your computer running smoothly while ensuring you don't lose any valuable data. The app combines virus scanning, data recovery and cleanup, defragmentation and cloning, and more. The DrivePulse utility constantly scans for issues before they become a problem. That's a lot of value for $99. More expensive plans are available for professionals and enterprise customers.
PDFelement makes it easy to create, edit, markup and convert PDF files. The ability to create complex PDF forms from paper forms or other documents is a huge plus. So is the ability to edit entire blocks of text, rather than just line by line, and convert a PDF to Word or Excel format. The app feels capable, stable and surprisingly easy to use.
PDFpen is an easy-to-use yet powerful PDF editor for the Mac. You can mark up PDFs with highlights, drawings and comments. You can add or edit the text of a document. You can fill in forms and add a signature. You can even create searchable PDFs from paper documents. We often think of PDFs as read-only documents.
MacClean promises to spring clean your Mac, freeing up disk space, protecting your privacy and increasing your security. The app excels at freeing up space on your hard drive. By running a series of scans it gave me an extra 35GB on my MacBook Pro, and most of the scans took just seconds. The privacy and security features of the app are helpful — but only marginally.