How to install native Dropbox for Mac before the official release

Updated: February 10, 2023
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How to install native Dropbox for Mac before the official release
by Henry Miller
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You no longer have to sacrifice performance and autonomy for file synchronization. Several months after its announcement, Dropbox is finally available natively for Macs with M1 processors. For now, the program works in beta, but anyone can install it.

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To do this, complete several easy steps:

  1. Go to the Dropbox website and log in to your account. When your storage opens, click on the Profile icon and select Settings.
  2. Under General Settings, locate the Advance Access item and move the switch next to it to the active position. This will allow you to test new features.
  3. After that, follow this link to download the beta version of the native Dropbox client for Mac with M1. Install it, set up synchronization, and you're ready to use it.
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