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My yearly subscription has expired. I was about to renew, but then I stopped.
And I thought I would only renew when the M1 build came out, because quite frankly, not having an Apple Silicon build after almost a year since Apple Silicon was announced, shows Dropbox's usual disregard for what users want (they're probably working on yet another useless feature that nobody ever asked and that justifies newer, more expensive plans, and that possibly will need even more privileged access to your computer).
But then something happened.. with Dropbox expired and in read-only mode, I survived, and I'm now dabbling in alternative sync software.. getting my feet wet, so to speak, with other options. Interesting experience.
@ChaMiu it's funny because it's literally the only thing users keep on asking over and over again, the Apple Silicon build.
They don't even reply to these requests, or bother offering release notes.
Dropbox has stopped listening to its users a long time ago.
Please could you ask the development team to add detail to their release notes. They aren't very useful at all and I would hope it is an easy thing to do (just pull a list of the Pull Requests in the release).
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