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Feedback Needed | Utitlizing Desktop and iPad Pro Instead of MacBook Pro

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Looking for feedback here...I work heavy in Affinty Designer and at times Photo. I currently have a supped up MacBook Pro and utilize my iPad Pro time when I need to draw. I’d like to move back to an iMac to expand my workspace and RAM with the new 2019’s and utilize my iPad when I’m away from the office. I posted another topic regarding asking about issues I was having directly importing ai and psd files from Google Drive and the Files app. 

Ultimately looking to see others opinion if I would be able to rely on Designer for iPad whenever I travel or I’m away. Any feed back would be much appreciated! 

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Designer on iPad is ( in my opinion) reliable for non professional use, however there are many minor bug report and a couple of major bugs, some reported up to 9 months ago that have not been resolved. (Check out the bug thread and you will see what I am referring too). Some of theses may influence your decision to rely solely on IPad. An update to address user issues is long overdue. Maybe after the next update it will be more suitable.......

It is a great app just needs an update.


IPad Pro 10.5/512GB lpadOS 13.1.1  Affinity Photo 1.7.3.155 Affinity Design 1.7.3.1 Publisher for iPad ?

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