May 29, 2023

Raycast Pro Launched

Thomas Paul Mann, on

Today, we’re introducing Raycast Pro, a paid plan that unlocks a new level of productivity. The subscription provides access to the following new features for $8 per month, billed annually.


But the most significant change is AI. This marks the start of a new era for productivity. Raycast’s deep integration into the OS and powerful Extension platform make us uniquely suited to build a personal assistant that enhances our digital lives.

A few weeks in, I still haven’t subscribed. But I’m sure I will by the end of the year.

I understand how the AI functionality is the current headlining feature — but I’m still figuring out where and how I’m going to be interacting with it, so is not a must-have for me.

What would I need to so subscribe now? Anything that would enhance the Github Issues plugin, or an advanced way to do file management. Can understand why neither are priority, but those are my demands.


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