Microsoft Unveils New AI-Powered ‘Designer’ App


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Microsoft has officially introduced Microsoft Designer, its new graphic-design app, as well as its “Create” website and coming Image Creator tool. During the event, the company also unveiled three new Surface PCs and two new accessories.

Microsoft’s Designer app is initially geared toward consumers, according to a representative. However, the application may also be useful for employees in corporations, government agencies, and schools, where Microsoft has a larger user base. Microsoft could expand Designer to additional markets, including enterprises, if sufficient interest is detected, according to a Microsoft spokesperson.

These tools will be integrated with Bing and Microsoft’s Edge browser in addition to being a part of Microsoft 365, according to officials.

Read More: Microsoft announces Canva competitor with new ‘Designer’ app powered by AI

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