Spotify on Thursday rolled out a brand new beta model of its Mac app that’s constructed for M1 chips. It guarantees “many compatibility enhancements and optimizations” for Apple Silicon machines, and anybody can attempt it out.
The general public model of the Spotify app — initially constructed for Intel-powered Mac fashions — already works simply effective on M1 machines. Nevertheless it wants Apple’s Rosetta 2 platform for translation, which isn’t best.
With the brand new beta, Spotify runs natively on M1 chips, so it needs to be rather a lot smoother and snappier than earlier variations of the app.
Get the Spotify beta with M1 Mac help
“We now have been working arduous backstage on this and are pleased to announce that we now have a Beta model of our app obtainable” with M1 chip help, Spotify introduced on Thursday.
“It options many compatibility enhancements and optimizations for the brand new Apple structure.” Anybody can obtain and check out the beta as we speak by downloading it from the Spotify web site.
After you’ve downloaded the .DMG file, drag it to your Purposes folder, changing any current model of Spotify that could be put in. You’ll be able to downgrade to the general public model later by merely downloading that.
Spotify warns that there could also be some “surprising conduct” with this model of the app — as is often the case with beta releases. It encourages customers to submit suggestions that might assist enhance the app.