Connect to your Nextcloud from Windows, macOS or Linux.
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. Learn more about our clients here.
Looking for integration apps like browser add-ins for Passwords, a feedreader and more? Check our app store for integrations!
You can already find Nextcloud Desktop client packages included in openSUSE Tumbleweed, Arch Linux, Fedora, Debian and Ubuntu. Packages for Alpine Linux over here. See the latest state and more packages in this post on our forums. Can’t find packages? Ask your distribution or contribute to creating them! Note that all of those packages are community-developed and maintained, Nextcloud currently only provides a the Appimage you can download above.
Nextcloud Files is using WebDAV, so you can also try out any other client you want!
Try also our Outlook and Thunderbird integration: Sync your files, calendars, contacts and tasks with Outlook or Mozilla Thunderbird
The Nextcloud mobile apps are available in various app stores.
Learn more about our clients here.
Stay in control of your data! Choose a hosting provider or download the Nextcloud server software for hosting on your own server.
Find a Nextcloud provider you can trust! Nextcloud providers from all over the world provide you 2 or more GB of storage on a 100% free user account, with all the basic Nextcloud apps. Through Simple Signup, we help you get started! Take the default provider (based on your location) or choose another.
For businesses, Nextcloud GmbH offers an enterprise-ready version of Nextcloud.
If you do not want to install the AIO docker image manually and want to run it inside Virtualbox, you can use the AIO-VM. However installing the docker image manually is much more flexible.
E.g. if you want to run AIO behind a reverse proxy, you need to use the docker image as this VM image is not suitable for this use case.
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.
You can find further instructions in the Nextcloud Admin Manual.
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.
The archive should be extracted in a folder your web server has access to. Latest stable version: 24.0.0 (Changelog)
Follow the Nextcloud Admin Manuals installation chapter.
If you already run Nextcloud, refer to the upgrade manual.
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You can already find server packages included with many distributions or provided by active community members. Find an overview of packages for various distributions as well as Docker and snap images here. Can’t find packages you need? Ask your distribution for packages or contribute to creating them!
Looking for older versions or major releases?
Nextcloud Server does not support Microsoft Windows. We recommend using a virtual machine or docker image on Windows Server.
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We offer Release Channels with production, stable, beta and daily-branches. This gives you the opportunity to choose your balance between stability and features. Most of our Appliances support these release channels or let you fix on specific major versions.
The Nextcloud community maintains a Nextcloud Snap, including release channels and quick and easy deployment for easy home use.
Several Nextcloud community members maintain a Docker image. It supports a wide range of architectures, releases, various webservers, databases and more.
The Nextcloud VM is designed to be an easy way for less technical home users to get Nextcloud up and running or to test it out. It builds on Ubuntu Linux and makes configuration easy.
NextcloudPi is a ready to use image for Raspberry Pi, Odroid HC1, rock64 and other boards.
A variety of companies offers hardware with Nextcloud to help you get started fast!
Here you can find our manuals:
Discuss using, installing or maintaining Nextcloud in our support channels.
These consist of users helping each other. Consider helping out others, too!
Browse dozens of free apps and services you could use with your Nextcloud on the Nextcloud app store.