Astropad on Friday updated its Astropad and Luna Display apps to support Macs with Apple’s new M1 chip.
The software company creates apps that allow users to leverage their iPads as drawing tablets or secondary devices for their macOS devices. Prior to the Sidecar feature in macOS Catalina, Luna Display was one of the more popular methods for extending a Mac’s screen to an iPad.
Here in the Astropad labs, we’re working on adding Apple Silicon support to our products and the results are phenomenal!
Check out this video of Luna Display running on the M1 MacBook Air streaming in Mac to Mac mode, it’s like butter! pic.twitter.com/67i4uTgWQr
— Astropad (@Astropad) November 17, 2020
The native Apple Silicon support is available in Astropad Studio version 3.6, Astropad Standard version 3.6, and Luna Display version 4.4.
New users can download the software from Astropad’s website, while existing users should see the updates appear in their apps automatically.