Dear Luna Display community,
You may have heard the news; we did too. Apple has decided to dabble in the connected workspace domain that we know super well. You’ve also likely seen the headlines about Apple’s power over small developers and how the tech-giant 'sherlocks' top-grossing apps. We’re disappointed, but let it be known:
We’re not going anywhere.
We’ve spent the last five years building innovative products like Astropad and Luna Display that cater to true creative professionals. Our team has always doubled-down on delivering deep customization and low-latency input. Why? Because that’s user-driven and that’s what we do.
If you have basic needs, Apple’s Sidecar may do the trick. But if you’re a pro, we’ve built Luna Display to fit around your creative workflow.
We know that creative pros have highly-individualized and unique ways of working productively. Whether you need to collaborate with multiple users, or take advantage of the Mac mini's portability by setting your iPad as the main display — Luna offers the freedom and flexibility to build a connected workspace around your needs, so you can be productive anywhere.
Oh, and about Windows —
We’ve heard you loud and clear. We see a bright future in that exciting new space and we hope you’ll join us along for the ride. So while we may be the underdogs, we’re ready to charge head-on because we’re just as committed to creative pros as we’ve always been — whether that’s via Mac, PC, or beyond.
We want to hear from you!
Matt Ronge, CEO & Co-founder
Giovanni Donelli, Head of Product & Co-founder