Get Nextcloud Server

There are several ways to get your own Nextcloud for you and your data:


Sync your data

Connect to your Nextcloud with our clients for all your devices:


Extend your cloud

Browse dozens of free apps and services you could use with your Nextcloud:




Read the documentation

Here you can find our manuals:


Need help?

Discuss using, installing or maintaining Nextcloud in our support channels.

These consist of users helping each other. Consider helping out others, too!
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Get Involved

If you want to help out with developing and testing, grab a daily build. Our GitHub project is here and the issue tracker for the server here.

Daily build

Help test our clients: Android Release Candidate client on Play store and Android Beta client on F-Droid

See more ways to get involved!

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The archive should be extracted in a folder your web server has access to. Latest stable version: 11.0.2 (Changelog)

Follow the Nextcloud Admin Manuals installation chapter.
If you already run Nextcloud, refer to the upgrade manual.
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Details and Download options
  1. Download the .tar.bz2 or .zip archive.
  2. Check package integrity using MD5 (.tar.bz2 / .zip) or SHA256 (.tar.bz2 / .zip)
  3. Verify the authenticity via PGP (.tar.bz2 /.zip). The Nextcloud GPG key is here.

You can already find server packages included or being worked on for distributions like Archlinux, Fedora (on Copr, EPEL/Stable coming) and openSUSE. You can find Ubuntu/Debian packages here (forum discussion). As Cross-distribution solution you can try the Nextcloud Snap. Can't find packages you need? Ask your distribution for packages or contribute to creating them!

Security note:
To receive information about updates and security issues, we recommend a subscription to our low-traffic newsletter.

Nextcloud Server

Looking for older versions or major releases?

Nextcloud Server does not support Microsoft Windows. We recommend using the Nextcloud Appliance on Windows Server.

The Web Installer is the easiest way to install Nextcloud on a web space. It checks the dependencies, downloads Nextcloud from the official server, unpacks it with the right permissions and the right user account. Finally, you will be redirected to the Nextcloud installer.

  1. Right-click here and save the file to your computer
  2. Upload setup-nextcloud.php to your web space
  3. Point your web browser to setup-nextcloud.php on your webspace
  4. Follow the instructions and configure Nextcloud
  5. Login to your newly created Nextcloud instance!

You can find further instructions in the Nextcloud Admin Manual.

Note that the installer uses the same Nextcloud version as available for the built in updater in Nextcloud. After a major release it can take up to a month before it becomes available through the web installer and the updater. This is done to spread the deployment of new major releases out over time.

Nextcloud Server

Security note:
Once the setup is done, the Nextcloud installer will remove itself automatically. We recommend a subscription to our low-traffic newsletter for notifications on updates and security issues. Find here the public Nextcloud GPG key.

Nextcloud Server does not support Microsoft Windows. We recommend using the Nextcloud Appliance on Windows Server.

You can find further instructions in the Nextcloud Admin Manual.
If you already run Nextcloud, refer to the upgrade manual for moving to new Nextcloud releases.


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Nextcloud Server

Security note:
We recommend a subscription to our low-traffic newsletter for notifications on updates and security issues. Find the public Nextcloud GPG key here.

Looking for repositories of previous major releases?

Nextcloud Server does not support Microsoft Windows. We recommend using the Nextcloud Appliance on Windows Server.

The official Nextcloud appliance, provided by Tech and Me, is the easiest way for less technical users to get Nextcloud up and running. It builds on Ubuntu Linux and is fully set up and configured with a secure connection.

Grab the Nextcloud virtual machine image from the Tech and Me website:

Instructions and download

Find source here.

Nextcloud VM

Security note:
We recommend a subscription to our low-traffic newsletter for notifications on updates and security issues. Find here the public Nextcloud GPG key.

Latest stable version: 2.2.4  

Use the desktop clients to keep your files synchronized between your Nextcloud server and your desktop. Select one or more directories on your local machine and always have access to your latest files wherever you are.

Windows
7, 8.x and 10
Mac
OSX 10.9+, 64 bit
Linux
Source


Looking for the Sources?

You can already find Nextcloud Desktop client packages included in openSUSE Tumbleweed, Archlinux and Fedora (on Copr). You can find Ubuntu/Debian packages in this PPA. Packages for Alpine Linux over here. Can't find packages? Ask your distribution or contribute to creating them!

Nextcloud is using WebDAV, so you can also try out any other client you want!

Compatible third party clients include:

Desktop Client

The Nextcloud mobile apps are available in various app stores.

The apps allow you to access, sync and upload your data and feature instant upload for fotos and videos, upload management and more features.


Find Android Sources here, direct APK download here and Windows Mobile sources here.

Note: The Windows app is still in testing, use at your own risk and let us know about your experience.

Nextcloud is using WebDAV, so you can also try out any other client you want!

Compatible third party clients include:

  • DAVDroid supports Nextcloud Calendar, Tasks and Contacts, syncing your agenda, tasks and addressbook (android only, open source)
Nextcloud Mobile Client
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Help with testing and development

Our server is in constant development and help is always needed in testing the latest bugfixes and features. Please report any issues to the tracker.

Nextcloud Server Daily build

Beta and RC builds
Nextcloud Code