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Hola Windows, hello cross-platform!

Great news, we just released Marcode for Windows! You know, it’s not our first journey into offering our apps on both Mac and Windows, but it somehow feels like that. Stratos Tokens is also cross-platform, but with Marcode we are going to try out something new.

We think you either are designing on Windows or a Mac if Marcode is something that excites you. The only way of actually knowing, since we never ever track usage of our apps, is to separate them as different products, and just sit back and see what happens.

We like Icons8 Lunacy very much 😸🧡

We’re also going to experiment with releasing Marcode on the Windows Store, which will be the first time ever we release any of our products on a mayor external marketplace. Exiting times ahead, folks.

The best companion app for Icons8 Lunacy on Windows. Period.

We can’t think of a better companion app for Icons8 Lunacy than Marcode. It expands what you can do with a design app so many times we lost count by now.

Wouldn’t it be really cool to start a cross-platform app project straight from the visual marvel that Icons8 Lunacy is, with a plethora of free design assets at your fingertips?

Now, one important thing about using Marcode for Windows is that since it’s not Sketch app, we handle some things differently. We just released a new guide on our doc’s website pointing on the differences and also how to solve them.

Chop off 24% of an already affordable priced app. One time purchase, all updates included.

Let’s celebrate this release with a discount

We should celebrate things more in life, the small and the bigger wins. For Team Sketch2React to finally have shipped Marcode for Windows is an epic feat. Here’s a nice 24% discount (since we released it yesterday, the 24th of May) on Marcode for Windows:

HOLAWINDOWS

Just apply it upon checkout and do some happy dance moves.

That’s it for this time, have a great week

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