Photo Editor ‘Darkroom’ is Ready for M1

The latest in the wave of M1-ready Mac apps is Darkroom, a photo management and editing app.

Everything is updated to reflect the new macOS Big Sur aesthetic with native components like the new translucent sidebar and native window toolbars. We also optimized all interactions for mouse, trackpad, & keyboard input, sparing no detail in making Darkroom feel at home on the Mac.

Omni Productivity Suite Updated With M1 Chip Support

Omni Group announced on Thursday that its full Omni Productivity Suite has been updated to support macOS Big Sur 11.0 and the M1 chip in the newest Macs. OmniPlan, OmniFocus, OmniOutliner and OmniGraffle are available directly from the Omni Group and the Mac App Store. OmniDiskSweeper, OmniPresence and OmniWeb are available directly from the Omni Group. Additionally, The Mac Observer’s Kelly Guimont interviewed Omni Group’s founder and CEO Ken Case on the company’s work in transitioning to support M1.

‘Yoink’ macOS Big Sur Support Added With Version 3.5.11

Yoink macOS Big Sur support has been added to version 3.5.11. Yoink is a productivity app that acts as a “shelf” to hold files from Finder or app/website content. When you drag something on your Mac, Yoink appears at the edge of your screen, allowing you to temporarily place it there. Navigate to the destination of your files and drag them out of Yoink. Aside from adopting the new look and feel of macOS Big Sur and running natively on Apple Silicon, version 3.5.11 brings numerous quality-of-life improvements and fixes, like better support for not-yet-loaded files in iCloud Drive, or screenshots dragged from macOS’ floating screenshots window. Yoink is available on the Mac App Store for US$7.99, in Setapp, and on the developer’s website.