Last day 10 Apple introduced the world to the new Mac computers with Apple Silicon or M1. A few months ago it was promised that by the end of the year we would have new versions with new processors and operating systems. The promise has been fulfilled. Developers must put the batteries to launch their applications and that they remain compatible with the new hardware. Especially with the new software, macOs Big Sur. Omnigroup that encompasses several applications He is already at work and has adapted Omnifocus.
Omnifocus is now ready for the arrival of Apple Silicon and macOS Big Sur in our homes. Although there are some developers who have already warned that your apps won’t be ready by the time of its landing on all computers. Omni group has updated its most relevant application along with others.
In fact, the developer of graphics and productivity applications Omni Group has updated its entire range of software to take advantage of macOS Big Sur with native support for the Apple Silicon M1 processor. In this way OmniFocus, OmniOutliner, OmniPlan, and OmniGraffle are now all native Apple Silicon applications.
Ken Case, Group CEO has declared it’s a statement:
We have been developing for the Mac since 1989 (through its NeXT lineage). Over the years we have gone through many CPU transitions, from the Motorola 68030 to the 64-bit PowerPC to Intel.Compared to previous transitions, this has been very easy, because most of our code had already been ported to run on Apple iPhones and silicon iPads.
We are excited to share that our app transition has been smooth. All of our apps, including our free OmniDiskSweeper, OmniPresence, and OmniWeb apps, they are now available as native universal apps on M1 powered Macs.
The application is no longer available in the App Store