Installing Termius

To download Termius, follow instructions from the relevant option below.

macOS
Windows
Linux
iOS
Android
ChromeOS
macOS

Download Termius from Mac App Store

Download Termius (DMG) for Intel CPU from the website

Download Termius (DMG) for Apple CPU from the website

Termius in Mac App Store runs in the sandbox, which means it can't access your local drive. As a result, this app version doesn’t provide the local terminal and won’t let you open your local computer in an SFTP session.

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.

Windows

Download Termius from Microsoft Store

Download Termius (EXE) from the website

Termius supports Windows 7, 8.1, and 10.

Termius in Microsoft Store runs in the sandbox, which means it can't access your local drive. As a result, this app version doesn’t provide the local terminal and won’t let you open your local computer in an SFTP session.

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, you can begin installing Termius or run this command:

sudo snap install termius-app

Termius in Snap runs in the sandbox, which means it can't access your local drive. As a result, this app version doesn’t provide the local terminal and won’t let you open your local computer in an SFTP session.

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

Android

Download Termius from Google Play Store

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.

Feeling adventurous? Try our beta versions.