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XD literally died, Adobe bought Figma and doesn't care about that app anymore. Unfortunately, it is necessary to learn how to use that extremely weird and impractical app like XD, because it has more functions, audience, and (still) doesn't use a greedy model like the rest of Adobe programs. Apps of that type will always replace programs like XD, the same will happen with other company products, some service will come along offering a collaborative and totally free alternative, which will quickly replace alternatives that have not adapted, which will make companies like Adobe want to buy these services, reducing the variety of products on the market, and also reducing the need for the company to adapt to the market, unfortunately the result of this will be terrible in the future, because we will have less variety and quality in the products, but it is the path companies are taking for the money. Today products are extremely disposable, that's why the market is infested with rubbish that charge you a monthly fee to use something that is not worth the cost, it's just a way to get quick money and sell to the company in the future. I understand that the focus of companies is precisely to get money, however, they are not adapting, mainly big companies like Adobe, what they do is wait until a new project is successful to then buy this project. To get money is something great, but the customer is the one who is constantly having to adapt to increasingly generic services to be able to take advantage of features that the companies themselves could simply implement in their products to have greater competition and greater variety in the market, but it seems that the focus is on creating large monopolies, something extremely harmful as I said before.
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