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iSpring For Mac

Hello iSpring Devs!  I’m a licensed user of your iSpring Suite software.  I would like to request a native Mac version that works with the latest Microsoft Mac version of PowerPoint.  It would be a huge help.  I am currently having to use Parallels to run Windows on my intel Mac to use iSpring and the new M1 Macs do not run PC (intel) virtualization software well (and that’s a hassle anyway).  Please consider making a Mac version of your e-learning software.  A lot of creatives and content creators of e-learning are using Macs. Hopefully it’s in the works already.  I saw an earlier article in your FAQ about Macs not being able to export to Flash or something like that, but Flash is dead and should no longer even be a consideration.  Anyway, keep up the good work, but please help us Mac users use iSpring more easily.  Have a great day!

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  • I would also love a Mac version of the software and even a Mac version of the standalone tools like Quizmaker, Visuals, etc.  

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    • Jean
    • Jean
    • 1 mth ago
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    For the mac users right now, are one of you using ispring page? I'm glad i didnt get a new macbook with the m1 chips to use with ispring - would getting an older macbook pro intel chips with more memory help with using ispring suite and parallels?

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    • Jared
    • 1 mth ago
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    I had been using Mac for 10+ years and have had to move to PC. The number of times it has crashed is not okay. 32GB of RAM and an i7 and it still has severe performance limitations compared to my old Macs with equal or lesser performance specs. Video renders crash my work-issued Dell Latitude 5320 almost every time. Fortunately, iSpring has been good for the most part since I haven't been working with videos for recent projects. Mac would be an amazing option!

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  • Echoing the request for native Mac iSpring! Bootcamp is not an option for M1 chips and our IT department will not approve virtualization. I believe there are many others who would utilize a native Mac version of iSpring and is an untapped market for your company. Please consider!!

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