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With the abilities to drag and drop, and edit Affinity native file format in both AD and AP, it will be more efficient if these apps could do split view or slide over on iPad. I imagine that it can even do drag and drop not only an image but also layers and vector objects between AD and AP. Here’s my concept below.

 

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I second this!

 At the very least, I think split screen on a larger device (e.g. iPad Pro) would still have much screen real estate available for working with, even if the UI isn’t changed in any way. This would be useful for having a second app open side by side, allowing us to have our reference images in a separate app than needing to import them every time.

 Getting slide-over to work seems like a major UI overhaul in @marcelliino’s concept, but could be a long-term goal!

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