DEVONthink 3.5.2 is built for macOS Big Sur and Apple silicon already
What you need to know
- DEVONthink 3.5.2 is now available for download.
- The app has been updated to follow macOS 11 Big Sur design language.
- It's also been built to run on Apple silicon, too.
The folks behind DEVONthink aren't messing around this year, with the newly released DEVONthink 3.5.2 released today and already supporting not only macOS 11 Big Sur, but Apple silicon as well.
With macOS 11 Big Sur not set to be released for a few weeks, DEVONthink now already follows its design guidelines and looks right at home. But that's just part of the story here – DEVONthink 3.5.2 is already a universal binary and will run on Apple silicon Macs without any need for emulation.
There are some smaller changes in this update as well, so you'll notice a difference even if you aren't buying a new Mac or running the macOS 11 Big Sur beta.
The new DEVONthink 3.5.2 update is available as a free download for those who already have licenses. Everyone else can get in on the DEVONthink hotness starting at $99.
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Nowhere in the article does it explain just what the heck DEVONthink is or does.