Articulate 360 FAQs: Working on a Mac

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You can run Articulate 360 desktop apps—Storyline 360, Studio 360, and Replay 360—on a Mac with a Windows virtual machine. Articulate 360 web apps—Rise 360 and Review 360—can be used natively on a Mac.

See these FAQs for answers to common questions about using Articulate 360 on a Mac:

Can I install Storyline 360, Studio 360, and Replay 360 on my Mac?

Mac users with Intel processors can install Storyline 360, Studio 360, and Replay 360 in Parallels Desktop, VMware Fusion, or Apple Boot Camp. If you have an Apple M-series chip, we have more details below.

See these best practices for using Articulate software in a virtual environment:

Can I author responsive Rise 360 courses on my Mac?

Yes. Rise 360 is completely web-based, so you can use Safari, Google Chrome, and Firefox browsers on your Mac to create responsive Rise 360 courses.

See this article for a list of system requirements for Rise 360.

Can I record screencasts on my Mac?

Yes. Peek 360 is a native screen-recording app for Mac. It's available in the Mac App Store and is included with your Articulate 360 subscription.

Peek 360 is intuitive and fast. Your screencast will automatically upload to Articulate 360 when you're done recording. Then you can collect feedback with Review 360 or download your video as an MP4 file or LMS package.

Take a tour of Peek 360 to learn more.

Which Articulate 360 apps can I use on my Mac?

Is Articulate 360 compatible with Apple M-series chips?

Here’s what we currently know about Apple M-series chip support in virtual environments.

Macs that use Intel processors will run Windows virtual environments without any issues.

See this article for a list of system requirements for all Articulate 360 apps.