Dropbox natively supports Mac computers with Apple silicon, leveraging its improved performance and efficiency to run seamlessly on your Mac device. All users with Apple silicon devices will receive the native version of Dropbox automatically.
FAQs about Dropbox support for Apple silicon
Do I need to re-download Dropbox or change my preferences to get full support?
All users with Apple silicon devices should receive the native version of Dropbox automatically. If this doesn’t happen, you can click on the latest stable build and manually download the Offline Installer (Apple silicon) file.
How can I check if Dropbox is running natively on Apple silicon?
To determine if Dropbox is running on Apple silicon:
- Press Command + the spacebar on your Mac keyboard to launch Spotlight search.
- Search for Activity Monitor.
- On the drop-down menu that appears, click Activity Monitor.
- Click the CPU tab at the top of the window.
- Locate Dropbox under Process Name.
- Locate the column labeled Kind.
- If the value for this column reads Apple, Dropbox is running natively on Apple silicon.
How do I report an issue or bug with Dropbox’s support for Apple silicon?