The development team and creators of the awesome applications Affinity Photo and Affinity Designer have today announced the availability of their latest creation Affinity Publisher, which is now available to download in its beta development stage for you to try for free before its worldwide launch.
Affinity Publisher has been created to provide a professional desktop publishing application for Mac OS and Windows 7 and above. The team is also put together a variety of video tutorials to get you up and running as quickly as possible. Affinity explains a few things to remember about the latest beta Affinity Publisher release :
“From the earliest days of visualising the Affinity range, we planned an unrivalled trio of sleek, super-modern apps created to work with the latest technology – ultra-fast, with stunning power and completely stripped of bloat.
Today that vision comes a step closer to completion, with the launch of our desktop publishing app Affinity Publisher in a free public beta. We are still a few months away from the polished retail release, but we’d love for you to try it out and let us know what you think.”
– It’s a beta – there will be bugs and areas of the app which are not yet fully polished. We don’t recommend you use it for any important production work at this time.
– This is the first version. If there are any features you would like adding, let us know. We may not get them in before we release version 1 but as with our other apps you can expect plenty of free updates to come.
– We will have deep integration with our other apps (check out the persona buttons!) However, we need to push an update to Photo and Designer before this works – we’ll let you know when.
– Join in the conversation. Any feedback, bug reports or suggestions post on our forum.
To download your free Affinity Publisher application jump over to the official Affinity website by following the link below.
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