Discord Now Runs Natively on Apple Silicon

Discord began beta testing its macOS program, dubbed Discord Canary, on Apple Silicon in November.

The digital messaging software, according to Reddit users, has finally completed its four-month experimental period. This implies that the Discord Canary app will work properly for Macs equipped with the M1 chip or later.

Discord is a messaging software that enables users to establish groups and communicate via text, voice, and video.

Popular with gamers, users may interact privately across the majority of their devices, including Xbox.

Numerous users will be relieved that the program no longer relies on Rosetta 2 — a technique that converts software intended for Intel-based Macs to run on Apple silicon.

Currently, all of Apple’s Mac machines, with the exception of the Mac Pro, operate on Apple Silicon. The M1 family of chips comprises the M1, the M1 Pro, the M1 Max, and the all-new M1 Ultra.

Discord is an Electron-based application, and its Canary version should run more smoothly. Its cross-platform characteristics enable it to run on iOS, Mac, Windows, Android, and Linux, among other platforms.

Let us know how the native app performs for you in the comments section below. I’m interested whether the Canary version brings any noticeable enhancements to the platform.

The newest version of Discord Canary for macOS is available here.



Related articles

Netflix was offered favorable Play Store terms by Gogole, Lawsuit claims

Apple wasn't the only digital storefront to offer Netflix...

See, Ted Lasso and more: What shows and movies are on Apple TV Plus?

Apple TV Plus is a premium streaming service that...

Apple Music Classical app references again spotted in iOS code

More Apple Music Classical app references have been discovered...
Peter Graham
Peter Grahamhttps://fix-iphones.com
Hi there! I'm Peter, a software engineer and tech enthusiast with over 10 years of experience in the field. I have a passion for sharing my knowledge and helping others understand the latest developments in the tech world. When I'm not coding, you can find me hiking or trying out the latest gadgets.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here