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tomovo

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Original poster
Jul 29, 2010
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I don't have a M1 Mac yet but I'd like to make a native build of my app, Tiny Player, for it.

Is there anyone who'd be willing to download & test it? It's a music player, you would just launch it, throw a bunch of MP3s in the playlist and see if it plays. It's a free app.

I will post a link to the test build here if anyone volunteers. Thanks!
 

adderthorn

macrumors member
Nov 22, 2020
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I don't have a M1 Mac yet but I'd like to make a native build of my app, Tiny Player, for it.

Is there anyone who'd be willing to download & test it? It's a music player, you would just launch it, throw a bunch of MP3s in the playlist and see if it plays. It's a free app.

I will post a link to the test build here if anyone volunteers. Thanks!

Sure, post the link and I'll test.
 

adderthorn

macrumors member
Nov 22, 2020
44
38
Well, I threw an album at it and was able to play it no problems. Nice little app!
 

adderthorn

macrumors member
Nov 22, 2020
44
38
Yep, it's running native to ASi.
 

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adderthorn

macrumors member
Nov 22, 2020
44
38
I haven't bought a brand new mac in a really long time and I'm not really a mac person. I bought this air because of the promise of battery life and a laptop without a fan. It's really quite something. It's very fast and powerful for such a svelte machine.

I'm a developer (albiet not much of a mac/ios/xcode dev) and if that's your main jam, I'd wait until next year. Many of the tools I use are still using rosetta or refuse to work without a lot of headache because, believe it or not, a lot of makefiles assume PowerPC when they see a non-intel Mac and refuse to work.
 
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