Discord is already a native app on Apple Silicon


Discord also just got on the high-speed train of the Apple Silicone. Although with a little delay, the popular digital messaging application finally runs natively on current Macs with ARM processors.

After the last update this week, Discord Canarythe desktop version of the popular Internet communications application, already runs natively on all current Macs with M1, M1 Pro, M1 Max and the new M1 Ultra processors.

A few months ago, the popular messaging application Discord launched its Canary version, for macOS, in beta phase. Now it has just come out of this testing phase, and its final version is fully compatible with the current Apple Silicon.

This means that the Discord Canary application runs natively on all those Macs that incorporate a processor M1, M1 Pro, M1 Max or the new M1 Ultra. Great news, no doubt.

Great news because that means the app no ‚Äč‚Äčlonger has to rely on Rosette 2. This emulator makes applications designed for Intel-based Macs run on Apple Silicon. Currently, all Apple Mac devices use Apple’s own processors, with the exception of the Mac Pro.

Discord is a communications platform where users can create groups to chat using text, audio and video. Very popular with gamers, users can communicate through private channels on most of their devices, including Xbox, while gaming.

Said application is based on Electron and should work without problems through its Canary version for Macs. Its cross-platform capability makes it work on most current devices. It has iOS, Mac, Windows, Android, Linux, etc. versions. You can download the latest version of Discord Canary for macOS on the Discord website.

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