Synapse and Products for Mac

Discussion in 'Systems' started by khearts2, Jun 6, 2020.

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  1. khearts2

    khearts2 New Member

    Does anyone know if they'll be making a Synapse 3 for Mac? I want to use the FireFly V2 mouse pad, but it doesn't work on my Mac.
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  2. DarthVader0

    DarthVader0 Active Member

    If I was a betting man, I'd say probably not, especially now that news is coming out that Apple may be transitioning their Mac line up to ARM and abandoning Intel. Why develop an app on a product that is going to be discontinued
  3. rainingplume

    rainingplume New Member

    I have the same problem and I just bought Razer Tartarus pro keypad. After receiving, I found it can’t work on MacOS.(The keypad become an expensive trash:frown_:)
    Searching on reddit, there is someone say that Razer Synapse will be released on MacOS.
    Here is about the news he got

    However, I ask the Razer support from Reddit.
    They told me that no plan on Mac.
    I don’t why I get opposite answer.
    There is the news I got.

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  4. saturnotaku

    saturnotaku New Member

    Razer absolutely has no plans to support Synapse 3 on macOS.
  5. Liam54

    Liam54 New Member

    I also need Razer synapse 3 to be on Mac Hey Razer if you see this I guessing there are a lot of Mac users who will be buying products if synapse 3 is supported by Mac I bought my Razer mouse because my g700 couldn't be programed. Hoping for better result but alas there were none. :unamused:
  6. OddRobert

    OddRobert New Member

    I have the same issue - my Tartarus is just about usable for my Tartarus game keypad but I can no longer edit the key functions on OS Catalina. I have to Import a saved profile otherwise but I can't make changes. I will be disgusted if Razer stop providing products for Mac users and if this Is th case, sill never buy another Razer product in my lifetime.
  7. OddRobert

    OddRobert New Member

    I meant my Synapse software.
  8. DarthVader0

    DarthVader0 Active Member

    In all honesty, given the marketshare of Macs (compared to PCs), and given the general lack of game playing on the mac, we're not really looking at a high volume of potential customers. Now throw in the rumor of Mac changing to ARM, and it makes even less sense - just my opinion
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