NVIDIA adds native M1 support to GeForce Now app for Mac

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NVIDIA’s GeForce Now app added support for Macs with M1 chips last year, but at the time it was done through Rosetta’s translation, which was ultimately not as efficient as native. Now that NVIDIA has finally launched a native version of the GeForce Now app, which it claims not only consumes less power, but also takes less time to boot, overall should provide better game streaming for the M1 version of the MacBook, iMac and Mac Mini experience.

In addition, the new version of the GeForce Now app also has a streaming statistics layer, after pressing the Ctrl+N shortcut, you can view the frame rate on the server side. In the part of the game menu interface, GeForce Now also adds a “game type” category, and you can further filter the game list according to the region, device and other methods.

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