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Android version please

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Its just crazy there isn't an Android version of Affinity.

My two cents.

Yadda yadda about M1 and processors etc. This is a professional tool, Affinity is not supposed to be just winning a drag race for number crunching speeds. I'd be quite happy with my Android tablet coming in a few milliseconds behind Mac, as long as it got the job done in a tolerable time. 



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Yes please I agree. Of course there are Android Tablets that fall behind in Performance but Nobody expects peak Performance. Would be so great to just be able to edit some details in my latest Publisher file on the road quickly on the tablet. Or even just use photo for some sketching while relaxing in the hammock. I dont need the big files to work perfectly they dont even do that on my laptop. I just want to be able to do it and not be forced into apple products.

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