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NVIDIA adds native M1 Mac support to the GeForce Now app

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The macOS app should run more smoothly for many Mac users after the addition of native support for Apple’s M1 chips. NVIDIA initially , albeit through , a translation process that will allow apps based on x86-64 architecture to run on Apple’s chips.

the app now consumes less power, has faster boot times, and provides an overall improved experience on M1-based MacBooks, iMacs, and Mac Minis. In addition, the latest version of the cloud gaming app includes a revamped overlay that displays the server-side display frame rates.

GeForce Now support for another line of games was also announced (which NVIDIA usually does every Thursday). One of this week’s additions is Amazon’s popular free-to-play RPG † Since the game lacks native macOS support, Mac users looking to try out the game now have a way to do so. Other new titles that GeForce Now users can stream include: and Vampire: The Masquerade – Blood Hunt.

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