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[iOS] Affinity Photo, Affinity Designer $21.99 (Was $30.99) @ Apple App Store

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Affinity Photo for iPad offers an incredibly fast, powerful and immersive experience whether you are at home, in the studio, or on the move. With meticulous attention to detail, each tool, panel and control has been completely reimagined for touch, and all rendering, adjustments, brushes and filters have been fully hardware-accelerated using Metal. The result is a genuine desktop-grade, professional photo editing app that provides an all-new way to interact with your images, without any compromise.

Affinity Designer Affinity Designer

Built with input from some of the world’s leading designers and based on Apple Design award-winning technology, Affinity Designer for iPad takes all the power and precision of our outstanding professional graphic design desktop app and converts it into a stunning immersive experience. It has everything you need to create stunning illustrations, branding, icons, UI/UX designs, print projects, typography, concept art and much more – all completely free from the confines of your desk!

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  • I wish Affinity photo would come to android one day….my S7+ is waiting…..

  • That's US pricing. Still on sale though, been waiting for this!

  • Is this better than procreate?

  • Also reduced for the Macintosh application. Down from $89au to $55au
    Should I risk waiting until This Friday (Black Friday) and hope they will further reduce??

  • I have no idea what this was, 1.5 GB app though!!!

    What's the equivalent Android app?

    • Photo is a full featured photo manipulation tool like Photoshop. Designer is for vector graphics like Illustrator. I adore Designer and haven't ever found it lacking it features compared to their Adobe alternatives.

  • Has anyone moved from Photoshop to this?

    I use PS for layers and light editing and I’m thinking of making a move. Would love any opinions on PS vs this. Thanks :)

    • I have not used Photoshop for a long time (20 years?) so I can’t really answer your question directly.

      But this may help… Affinity have plenty of video tutorial on their website here:

      https://affinity.serif.com/en-gb/learn/

      If there are specific features you are interested in you can check out the videos to see how the Affinity apps do things.

    • Affinity Photo is great and can do mostly everything Photoshop can. However, there are certain features that PS offers that Affinity doesn't. That really depends on your use case.

      For me though, it does everything I need it to do. Mostly photo retouching and compositing.

    • Affinity Photo is great and can do mostly everything Photoshop can. However, there are certain features that PS offers that Affinity doesn't. That really depends on your use case.

      For me though, it does everything I need it to do. Mostly photo retouching and compositing.

  • Just picked up the Mac version so I can hopefully say goodbye to Adobe on my machine. Thanks OP!

  • Does anyone know how to buy this app without an iPad? Bought an iPad recently but it hasn't arrived, but would like to snag it at this price!

    • You may need to borrow a friend’s iPad, making sure:

      • 1 They sign out of the App Store
      • 2 You sign in
      • 3 Buy your iPad-only app(s)
      • 4 Sign out of the App Store again

      OR

      If your Mac runs macOS Big Sur, you may be able to purchase it direct — I don’t have it installed yet to experiment. Check out:

      macOS Big Sur supports Apple M1 and Intel Macs, runs iOS apps and games

      How to Install Any iPhone or iPad App on an M1 Mac

      • Are you sure Affinity is going to work on M1? Affinity has disabled it, so unless the workaround is able to resolve this.

        Also a way to purchase this without having an iPad is to use an old version of iTunes on Mac/PC such as 12.6

        • I don’t own an Affinity product or M1 Mac (yet), but did see this:

          https://affinity.serif.com/en-gb/press/newsroom/affinity-app...

          • @Member 0230: Yes, that is correct the performance is expected to be very good as Affinity is well designed and a full M1 version has been released with the desktop version. I have an Intel Mac and have Affinity, and the size of the recent update has doubled, as they have released the new M1 universal package.

            What i meant to say is that the Affinity iPad apps are disabled by default so they are not going to work and only the desktop version is able to be installed, unless there is some hack to get the IOS apps to run on M1.

      • Got a new M1 and can advise that following the instructions
        How to Install Any iPhone or iPad App on an M1 Mac(macrumors.com)
        Member 0230 linked to, this does not work as Affinity iPad apps do not show up in the app store iPhone and iPad apps, which confirms that it was disabled by Affinity.