Productivity apps developer, Readdle has launched the Documents app for M1 Macs. Documents by Readdle is an organization app that enables users to manage their files saved on the device and the cloud in one place.
Apple introduced its own first-generation Apple Silicon for Macs, the M1 chip in WWDC 2020. And at the event, the Cupertino tech giant showed the Documents app as an example of an iOS app on Mac. With the new macOS Big Sur 11 running on an M1 chip, Apple has been able to offer new features, faster performance, and incredible battery life. Hence, the developer says, “M1 Macs also enable the huge potential available on desktop computers. So naturally, bringing Documents to the Macs was inevitable.”
M1 Mac users can now run Documents by Readdle, natively
The latest update of the Documents app for Mac offers users easy management of all files, a built-in VPN to stay safe, music and video streaming, web browsing, and more. The announcement explains:
Super App for File Actions on a Mac
Documents by Readdle is the single app where your files live. It lets you manage and organize all your files in one place, and with its abundant support for file types, you’ll rarely ever need to use anything else.
Documents is an Advanced File Manager on your Mac
With Documents, not only can you neatly organize your files into folders & subfolders, but you can also connect different cloud storage accounts and Dropbox, Google Drive, Box, OneDrive, etc. and access your files from these services. If you have multiple accounts, you can connect them all.
Users can easily download the app from the Mac App Store.
1. Launch the Mac App Store
2. Search for ‘Documents by Readdle’
3. Click on the ‘iPhone & iPad Apps’ tab.
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