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Ruslan Weylin posted a topic in Customer Service, Accounts and PurchasingHello! I have a similar problem! Yesterday I bought Affinity Designer in the Appstore for my Macbook Pro. But it does not work correctly. After I deleted and tried to install the trial version that I downloaded from the site. And it works great. How can I get a stable version from the site?
Hi everyone In case you didn't know, AFFINITY PHOTO HAS LAUNCHED and is in the Mac App Store now. I could say a ton about how fantastic the app is and give you so much information, but it's already out there on our website, so I'll just give you some links! Mac App Store shortcut Affinity Photo web page Awesome promo video Affinity Photo full features page with system requirements Affinity Photo blog post about the launch Launch Tweet - please retweet if you can Launch Facebook post - and please share too :) Obviously the whole team is delighted to see today after so much work, the devs have done an incredible job. Thank you all too for your part in helping the app grow during the beta test. Dale.
---------------------------------------------  This thread was originally about 1.4 updates in December 2015. The team have now also released 1.4.1 updates on Jan 20th 2016, incremental patches to squash some bugs—visit your App Store to update now! Read a little more about 1.4.1 updates. [/edit] --------------------------------------------- Hi all As many of you will know after seeing numerous beta versions over the last few months, our dev team have been working very hard and we're delighted to share the fruit of their labour with everyone! Affinity Designer and Affinity Photo both have new 1.4 updates available now in the Mac App Store, free to existing customers! And to celebrate these updates, both apps are now on a 20% discount offer to entice new customers, bringing the normal price of US$49.99/€49.99/£39.99 down to US$39.99/€39.99/£29.99 for one week, ending December 15th. Here's a little taste of what's new in both apps... Full support for DCI-P3 extended gamut iMac displays Pro printing including PDF/X and Pantone support Custom keyboard shortcuts More languages And a look at what's in Affinity Photo: Six extensions for Apple Photos on El Capitan Pro image stitching in new Panorama persona Live image stacks And Affinity Designer: Artboards! Custom rotation centre We've packed in plenty more too, more than some devs would add in paid upgrades :) There is also improved PSD compatibility, updated RAW support, improved typography, Split Screen on El Cap, workflow and performance improvements—all across both apps. Visit your Mac App Store update page to get your hands on the good stuff and see what else has been added in the 1.4.1 incremental updates. As always there is useful info on the Mac App Store pages for Affinity Designer and Affinity Photo and you can check out the overview videos on our blog. Thanks guys, you've knocked it out the park yet again! Thanks for reading, Dale.
First of all it's accusation in the title is silly but even more bizarre is what he says about Sketch. "There is no killer feature that really caught my attention in order to justify why I would use this over something like Sketch." I think almost everyone knows that Sketch isn't really a competitor to Affinity it's more of a compliment. Sketch was setting out to offer a solid replacement for Fireworks and we know that Affinity mostly has it's slight set on Illustrator. It just seems odd that people would vote that as the most helpful review even though it seems to miss the obvious. Seems fishy.