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Hi, I have been using Affinity Designer on my iPad for about 6 months. So far it has been great up until recently. When I am working on a project the app will suddenly crash. Affinity is taking up about 17 gigabytes of storage, is this why? I have tried deleting projects I don’t need anymore and clearing up space but the problem still exists. At first I thought it would only happen if I was using too many art boards but lately the app will crash regardless. Please let me know if you know a solution or need more info!

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Hi Caleb,

Welcome to the forums!

I apologise for the delayed response we have been extremely busy recently and unfortunately a handful of posts such as this one have slipped through the net. The space should free up shortly or should have by now but I doubt it is the cause of your crashing. Are you still having this problem after the updates we have released in the past week?

Thanks

C

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