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Is the window store version the same and can I pay it with window store card?

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Good day, my name is Wolf.

I have Windows 10.

My questions:

1.Is the windows store version the same as the desktop version?

2. Can I buy the windows store version with a windows store card? Or do I need to pay via Windows Store with paypal/card?

3. Will it be updated on the same dates as the desktop version?

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You have posted in the 'IPad Questions' area. 9_9

IPad Pro 10.5/512GB   lpadOS 13.4   Affinity Photo 1.8.3 .180   Affinity Design Publisher for iPad (2020?)

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Hi WolfArtz,


I've moved this to the Questions section of the forums.


There are some differences between the MS Store version and the Affinity Store version, which MEB has explained on this link.  From checking payment options on the MS Store, you should be able to use your Windows Store Gift Card to purchase the app.  I'd suggest you double check that Microsoft just to be sure.


They would also both be updated at the same time :) 

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