Microsoft has released a beta version of Microsoft Designer for Android on the Google Play Store, which also started testing on LinkedIn Desktop last month. The app may not appear visible on all Android smartphones, suggesting limited access during the beta phase.
Microsoft Designer is a user-friendly web-based design tool that utilizes artificial intelligence (AI) to assist users in creating graphics, illustrations, and other visual designs. This AI-powered tool generates unique designs and layouts based on the user’s input.
To create a design, users can simply describe what they want, and the Designer will create several design options. Once a design is selected, users can further customize it by adding text, images, and other elements.
The Android version of the app is designed to facilitate the easy sharing of created content on social media platforms like Instagram and Facebook with just one tap.
During the beta phase, the Android app is free for users with a Microsoft account. However, Microsoft has hinted that it may introduce charges for certain features once the public preview phase ends.
Microsoft plans to add more features to Designer, including quickly replacing the background in an image with another one. It will be interesting to see how the app evolves and how the Android user community receives it.