Microsoft today officially announced that the Microsoft Teams App is now compatible with the Apple M1 and M2-based Macs. The application is not yet released but the officials say the Teams App launched after months of development.
Microsoft Teams is a Slack-like business communication platform that provides text-based chat, video conferencing, file storage, application integration, and more. The native version of the app will bring “significant performance improvements” to use device resources more efficiently and to optimize the Teams experience during calls and meetings.
“At Microsoft, we’re committed to delivering great product experiences that help our customers work easier and faster on the devices they love. We’ve heard from customers with Macs with Apple Silicon that they want Teams to Its devices to be optimized. We are rolling out a production-grade universal binary version of Teams, which means it will run natively on the entire Mac product line, including those using Apple Silicon chips. For Mac users, this means performance A significant improvement, ensuring efficient use of device resources and an optimized Teams experience, even when using multiple high-resolution monitors during a call or meeting.”
All the Apple Mac users automatically update the latest Microsoft Teams App when it’s released, and the generally available version (GA) of the native Teams app on Apple’s Silicon-based Macs will gradually roll out to customers over the next few months, Microsoft said.
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