NVIDIA’s GeForce Now app gets native M1 Mac support

GeForce Now app

NVIDIA’s GeForce Now for macOS is getting native support for Apple’s M1 chips. NVIDIA also claims that the app now consumes less power and has a faster startup time. So, it should offer improved performance in the latest M1-based MacBooks, iMacs, and Mac Minis.

The recent version of the app also includes revamped overlay that now includes server-side FPS data. You can use the hotkey Ctrl+N to quickly toggle through Standard/Compact/Off for Streaming Statistics Overlay. The updated app has also added a new Genre row at the bottom of the Games menu to help you find games easily. It will help you in sorting games by using multiple filters.

The company has also added 14 new games to the cloud gaming service. These new games include Lost Ark, Dune: Spice Wars, Holomento, Galactic Civilizations II: Ultimate Edition, SOL CRESTA, and Romans: Age of Caesar. Lost Ark is the most notable addition to this update.

Also see: Lost Ark PC System Requirements

You need to update the GeForce NOW to version 2.0.40 to get support for Apple silicon Macs. The update will be coming soon to all mac devices.

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