Will I need to keep a tab on which apps are running on Rosetta 2 with the new M1 Macbook?

Recently made a purchase for a new Macbook Pro. This macbook, and the macs that will proceed it, come equipped with Apple's newly released M1 chip. Some apps however aren't built for this architecture. To make up for it, Apple released Rosetta 2, which is an emulator designed to bridge the transition between Intel and Apple processors by translating apps originally built for Intel.

My question then is if I were to download an application that would require Rosetta, would I need to manually keep track of which apps are running on Rosetta, so that when they have the native app ready, I switch over?

Read more here: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/64946618/will-i-need-to-keep-a-tab-on-which-apps-are-running-on-rosetta-2-with-the-new-m1

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