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Why is Affinity Designer on iPad so different than from the desktop?

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I mean, I would understand it if it was easier to use, like Procreate is compared to desktop Photoshop, but it isn't. It's just confusing (and I see similar sentiments around the web).

Some other apps, like Clip Studio Paint, is 100% the same on the iPad as on the desktop, and it works. Wouldn't that have been easier for Affinity, rather than trying to reinvent a wheel, which so far doesn't seem to have much air in it and is rather lumpy?

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