Zoom, a hugely popular video conferencing software, didn’t take long to familiarize itself with the powerful Apple Silicon. Yesterday the developers announced that a native M1-compatible version of Zoom will be available to the public … the next day! It’s December 21st, so Zoom should support Apple’s ARM processor at all times. This new software version can be downloaded from the Zoom Download Center.
This update is almost a luxury: the first tests of Zoom (Intel version) under M1 processor have shown that the software runs like a charm thanks to the emulation of Rosetta 2. We can bet this natively compatible version should further improve the performance of global software. As a reminder, Apple has listed the many Pro software on this page that are already fully compatible with the M1.