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Affinity is next-generation photo editing and graphic design for creative professionals on Mac, Windows & iOS. Free trials. Press:
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Affinity 8h
Replying to @vollkornxtoast
It sure does!
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Affinity 10h
Replying to @patrykkrygowski
Our 1.x versions would continue to work as designed, even if we were to develop a 2.x version,
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Affinity May 25
Replying to @prkchpxxxprss
We do not have any discounts planned for this weekend, sorry.
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Affinity May 25
Replying to @KevinOnTheRun
We offer a free 10 trial of Affinity Photo and is available fro this link
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Affinity May 25
Replying to @KevinOnTheRun
to use the Surface dial goto Preferences then under Tools turn on the Enable Radial Controller support
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Affinity May 25
Replying to @MissionSparta
We do not have any current plans for an Android version, sorry.
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Affinity May 25
Replying to @actuallyshayne
We are in the early stages of developing a Digital Asset Management application, however we do not have any specifics regarding features or a time frame at present.
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Affinity May 25
Replying to @KajePlayz
It's been requested and is on Designers Development roadmap but we don't have an eta on when this will be added.
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Affinity May 25
Replying to @alex_dfinal
Ah sorry I thought you were on Mac due to your first it was omitted from the Windows version I will find out why and get back to you :)
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Affinity May 25
Replying to @alex_dfinal
We haven't removed the ability to disable it, it should still be under the Tools section of the apps preferences :)
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Affinity May 24
Replying to @seanxe
Hi Sean, the emails that we have been sending out had both an option to keep receiving emails after the 25th and an "unsubscribe" link. If recipients did not select either option (for whatever reason), they would still receive the follow up emails.
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Affinity May 24
Replying to @alex_dfinal
Afraid not, you would need to buy a separate Windows version to install on Windows. Each version is purchased independently and each has its own licenses.
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Affinity May 24
Replying to @Joabble
If you sign into your Affinity Store account and click on your name followed by 'downloads and product keys', you will be able to download it again from there.
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Affinity May 24
Replying to @Joabble
Did you buy the Windows or the Mac version of the app?
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Affinity May 24
Replying to @wingedwordz
As the program was bought with Apple you would need to discuss the possibility of a refund with them.
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Affinity May 24
Replying to @pawelkomarnicki
We don't have a release date just yet but it is on the way.
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Affinity May 24
We offer free trials of our desktop apps if you want to give 'em a go
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Affinity May 23
Shooting roar! We're blown away by the entries for so far - and here are five great tips for making your wild animal photos really bounce
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Affinity May 24
Replying to @Eka_J_Putra
I recommend you post this on our feature request section : . Thanks :)
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Affinity May 24
Replying to @MarkSweeney
This is because it is primarily designed for touch screen input.
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