I just downloaded and installed the latest version. It was 116.4.368, Intel only.
Any update on native Apple Silicon support?
Hey there @leftnotracks; sorry to jump in here, but have you tried any more recent builds of the desktop app?
The latest stable version, for example, is the 116.4.368 one. Which one are you running at the moment?
@Walter, Which one is more recent? 🤔 ... and what about actual question - "native" version?!!! Is there any such version?! 🧐
Yesterday I downloaded the latest version of Dropbox from https://www.dropbox.com/install. The installer is a Universal binary. This installed version 116.4.368, which is Intel only. At least, that was the version number reported by the Finder’s Get Info window immediately after installation. After launching Dropbox I noticed the version number has changed. It is now 117.3.353, also Intel only.
There still appears to be no native Apple Silicon version available anywhere.
🙂 I have never said to look on Account Preferences, what you are actually doing! In my post is "Account Settings". 😉 Follow the link and find "Early releases" there. Make sure it's turn off. Since your version is automatically updated to beta, this is turn definitely on now.
Hope this helps.
Ah, found it. I was searching for instances of the word "Beta". I see the option is on. Since my goal is to have a native Apple Silicon version of Dropbox and this setting so far has no effect on that I think I’ll leave it on. If a stable native version eventually is available it will probably appear there first.
@Emma Stable does not equal Native. It doesn’t appear that this version is native, as it is an older version number than what I have installed (118.3.421) and what I have still relies on Rosetta 2. So when will an Apple Silicon Native build of Dropbox arrive, in beta or stable?
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