Installation Installation

Installation

Dmitry Babinsky Dmitry Babinsky

To download Termius, follow the instructions in one of the sections below 👇

MacOS

Download Termius from Mac App Store

Download Termius (DMG) from the website

The website  version of Termius will auto-update. Termius in Mac App Store may or may not auto-update, depending on your settings in Mac App Store.

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Important: Termius in Mac App Store runs in the sandbox, and so it doesn't provide the local terminal and won't let you open your local computer in an SFTP session.

Windows

​Download Termius from Microsoft Store​

​Download Termius (EXE) from the website​

The website version of Termius will auto-update. Termius in Microsoft Store may or may not auto-update, depending on your settings in Microsoft Store.

Linux

Termius for Linux can be installed from a deb package (64-bit) or via Snap.

Some recent versions of Linux, including Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and newer, include Snap support. If your distribution of choice doesn't have it installed, please, follow these instructions.

Once Snap is installed, download and install Termius or run this command:

sudo snap install termius-app

The deb version of Termius will auto-update. Termius in Snap may or may not auto-update, depending on your settings in Microsoft Store.

Important: Termius in Snap runs in the sandbox, and so it doesn't provide the local terminal and won't let you open your local computer in an SFTP session.

iOS, iPadOS

Download Termius from App Store

Android

Download Termius from Google Play Store

Note: Termius supports Android 5 and newer.

ChromeOS

On Chrome OS, Termius can be installed as an Android or Linux (desktop) app.

The latter requires enabling support for Linux apps on your device.

Termius Beta

😎 Feeling adventurous? Try our beta versions.

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  • jamesbenzo11

    Hello there! hope your're doing good. I must say this very helpful and informative.Thank your for sharing this!

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  • Choikyouman

    IPADOS 16.1.1 (20B101) is being used, and after connecting to the terminal via SSH with Charset euc-kr, the Korean display works well, but the Korean input is not displayed in this way as "ㅅㅆㅓ".

    Choikyouman
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  • Lucas Zampieri

    Can we get some sensible option for fedora/rhel users, such as an appimage/flatpak or even better and rpm package. I was able to extract the .deb and manually install it fedora, so It seems to me just a packaging problem.

    Lucas Zampieri
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  • Hannibal Lecter

    I installed Snap because of Termius only. No plan for RPM packaging? 🙏🏿

    Hannibal Lecter
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  • Braydon Tiffany

    I think it would be very awesome to get Termius as a flatpak. Many of us use RPM-based distros such as Fedora and like others have stated, I installed snapd just so I can use Termius.

    Braydon Tiffany
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  • Thomas

    Fully agree with the other comments. I'm using Fedora and RHEL and have no interest to install the proprietary SNAP. Please provide Termius as RPM or FLATPAK. Thank you :-)

    Thomas
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  • Rita Olsson

    While installing Termius for streamlined remote server management, it's interesting to note how software customization, like installing the popular carx street mod, can significantly enhance user experience.

    Rita Olsson
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