Download QGIS for your platform

Binary packages (installers) are available from this page.

The current version is QGIS 3.2.0 'Bonn' and was released on 22.06.2018.

The long-term repositories currently offer QGIS 2.18.21 'Las Palmas'.

QGIS is available on Windows, MacOS X, Linux and Android.

QGIS in OSGeo4W:
  • OSGeo4W Network Installer (64 bit)
  • OSGeo4W Network Installer (32 bit)

In the installer choose Desktop Express Install and select QGIS to install the latest release.
To get the long term release (that is not also the latest release) choose Advanced Install and select qgis-ltr-full
To get the bleeding-edge development build choose Advanced Install and select qgis-dev-full

Latest release (richest on features):

Mac Installer Package for macOS Yosemite (10.10) and newer.

Installation instructions are in the Read Me on the disk image. This package uses the python.org Python 3.6, at least version 3.6.5, the "macosx10.9" build - other distributions are not supported. Install packages in the numbered order.

  • QGIS macOS Installer Version 3.2
Long term release (most stable):

Mac Installer Package for OS X Mountain Lion (10.8) and newer.

Installation instructions are in the Read Me on the disk image. This package uses the system Python 2.7 - other distributions are not supported. It also requires the NumPy and Matplotlib packages on the disk image. Install packages in the numbered order. If an older major version is being upgraded (2.16 or older), delete QGIS.app from your Applications folder before installing this version.

  • QGIS OS X Installer Version 2.18

For many flavors of GNU/Linux binary packages (rpm and deb) or software repositories (to add to your installation manager) are available. Please select your choice of distro below:

Linux Installation Instructions

An experimental release can be found in the Play Store

All downloads

More specific instructions about downloading QGIS stable vs QGIS development can be found in All downloads.

Datasets

For testing and learning purposes, a sample dataset is available, which contains collections of data from different sources and in different formats.

Older releases of QGIS are available here. More older releases for OS X are available here.

Plugins for QGIS are also available here.

QGIS is open source software available under the terms of the GNU General Public License meaning that its source code can be downloaded through tarballs or the git repository.

QGIS Source Code is available here (latest release) and here (long term release)

Refer to the INSTALL guide on how to compile QGIS from source for the different platforms: here

Note that you can also install the development version (nightly) via an installer from the normal downloads for your platform: here

Plugins for QGIS are also available here.