Yes, I have the all the Affinity software and so far, it is proving to be very good. May well yet prove to be a giant killer. Needs a bit more development, but it is not a million miles away from being a good rival to Adobe. I have done a couple of small jobs in Affinity Publisher, this far, but most of my clients in publishing still require InDesign, so I have to stick with Adobe for the time being. The plan is to run the two side by side, using Affinity, for closed jobs, ie where the client doesn’t need working files, just final pdfs.That is one of their programs, pretty sure the newest one is designer pro x...... windows only again so still pretty useless for you but in all honesty you're not missing much when you have things like affinity available.