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[Desktop][Developer] Add support for Apple Silicon (ARM64 on Mac)

Feature request:

Add support for Apple Silicon in a future Spotify release on Mac OS.

 

Apple have recently released a new generation of Macs based on their own Apple Silicon. I hope that Spotify will prioritize native support for this new CPU architecture.  If so the best music platform on the Mac, will continue running great natively on the new generation Mac hardware.

Updated on 2020-11-12

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Visitor

Just do it! The fact this 'idea' needs to be voted enough to even be considered by Spotify is poor. Also make a mini player...

Visitor

It's been more than 2 months and still no m1 version. It is kinda sad

Newbie

Please tell us when can we expect an arm64 version? Thank you!

Visitor

Please do! Really looking forward to running a M1 version of spotify into macOS

Casual Listener

Spotify, you really need to get on the ARM train. The desktop client you have right now is crashing on my M1 Mac constantly. You can just flag your iPad app for use on it in the meantime. I can tell you that it already works better than the desktop client, by using iMazing's software.

Visitor

Yes this would be great! Alongside the Roku TV video casting issue.

Newbie

This seems like something that should have been resolved much earlier. For a paid service I am struggling to understand the lack of an M1 version, given many open source, free, software projects that volunteers work on already support the platform. 

Newbie

Just do it already Spotify. The last.fm scrobbler (of all things) is the only thing keeping me with your platform.

Visitor

Looks like Spotify has not planned any arm release or plan was not in roadmap till Dec 2020. It will take minimum 2 month for it to come globally.

Sadly New Mac users are bound to switch to apple music.

 

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