Autodesk released a major update for its AutoCAD 360 app for Windows 10. The update transformed AutoCAD 360 into a Universal Windows 10 app, also bringing general improvements in functionality and bugs fixes. So, you can now use AutoCAD 360 on every device that runs Windows 10.
While AutoCAD 360 was functional before, it has now finally received its “Built for Windows 10” mark. Here’s the complete changelog of the update for AutoCAD 360 Windows 10 app:
- AutoCAD 360 is now a Universal App on Windows platform
- Completely revamped UI for UWP
- Improvements in canvas performance
- Bug fixes and stability improvements
AutoCAD 360 is finally a Universal app
The introduction of AutoCAD 360 is to a Windows Universal Platform is definitely the biggest improvement this app has ever received. As Microsoft aims to make Windows 10 more of a cross-platform operating system, developers must produce apps that are compatible across every Windows 10 device to stay competitive. And with AutoCAD 360 being one of the most popular graphics design apps in the Store, we’re actually surprised that it just received UWP support now.
Besides support for UWP, the updated version of AutoCD 360 app for Windows 10 also received some user interface improvements to complete the feeling of using the app on various devices. So, wherever you draw with AutoCAD 360, it will be perfectly responsive based on a screen size of your device.
Besides making the app’s newfound Universal status and redesign, the update also brought standard improvements and bug fixes. These improvements enhance the stability of the app along with improving canvas performance when drawing.
If you want to download the update for AutoCAD 360, just head over to the Windows Store and check for updates. Remember, the app now works perfectly on both Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile platforms.