Dropbox Finally Updated With Support for Apple Silicon
Dropbox has finally updated its Mac client with support for Apple Silicon, therefore allowing the app to run natively on M1-powered devices.
Apple launched Apple Silicon devices more than a year ago, and since then, the entire world of software developers has been working non-stop on updating applications to run natively on the M1 chip.
In theory, all apps can already run on Apple Silicon using emulation, but on the other hand, software specifically optimized for M1 processors benefit from improved speed, enhanced stability, and reduced battery usage.
The app will be updated automatically for all Dropbox users on Mac
Dropbox hasn’t been in a rush to make this happen, but recently the company updated its Mac client to feel at home on Apple Silicon.
“Dropbox natively supports Mac computers with Apple silicon (M1), leveraging its improved performance and efficiency to run seamlessly on your Mac device. All users with Apple silicon devices will rece… (read more)