Dropbox now has a native app for M1 Macs, with improved performance


Dropbox now has a native app for M1 Macs, with improved performance
Update (January 13, 2022): Dropbox has finally released a native version for Apple’s ARM-based Macs and MacBooks. This version will have better performance than Intel-based software running on an emulator. You can download it here. Given their performance and power, it’s natural to be lured by Apple’s new lineup of ARM-based MacBooks. I made the switch to the M1-powered Air earlier this year, so I wouldn’t be surprised if many of you might be eyeing the Pro with the M1X processor — despite the notch. When your favorite applications support the native ARM architecture, the laptops are an absolute dream…
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