As mobile usage heats up, it’s not surprising that developers are now starting to focus more on mobile apps and also improving the web experience on mobile devices. In some cases, there are some mobile apps that actually feel and look better than their desktop counterparts.

If you feel that Yahoo Mail’s mobile app is a much better experience compared to its web platform, then you might be interested to learn that the company has announced that its native iPad app is now available for download for M1 Mac computers.

For those unfamiliar, due to the lack of native M1 Mac apps (at least for now), Apple allows iOS apps to run on macOS. However, there is a catch and that is developers have the choice as to whether or not they want to allow their apps to be used on Macs. This is because obviously iOS apps aren’t necessarily optimized for macOS in terms of its UI, so sometimes it might actually lead to a bad experience.

In Yahoo Mail’s case, it seems that the developers are more than happy for users to use their iPad app on M1 Macs. The app is available for download so head on over to the App Store for the download.

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