When macOS Big Sur was released last year, it meant a new look for the macOS dock, specifically the app icons.
Over the past year, each app in the Mac App Store has been updated by its developers to fit the new look of Mac apps. This means that while the apps still have their square looks, they do also have rounded corners. It’s similar to the look and feels of apps on the iPhone and iPad.
Spark, a popular emailing app on the Mac, as well as the iPhone and iPad, has been an app that has surprisingly taken a while to get its new Mac app updated.
However, as of today, Monday, August 30, that changed with Version 2.10.11, which did update the icon of the app to the new macOS Big Sur standard.
There were other updates to the app as well that can be found below:
– Unexpected logout from Spark. Please re-login to Spark, your accounts and settings will be synced.
– Issue with displaying a different number of emails in Smart Inbox and Classic inbox.
– The high CPU usage.
– ‘Freeze on reply’.
Spark is a free app in the App Store and is available on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple Watch and Mac.
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