The Desktop version of Cryptomator is currently available for Windows, macOS, and Linux. Download and installation process varies depending on your operating system. Follow the instructions for your operating system. Ensure that your computer’s specifications meet the system requirements required to run Cryptomator smoothly.


We maintain archives of all Cryptomator versions along with detailed changelogs on our GitHub releases page.

Install Cryptomator on Windows

  1. Download Cryptomator’s .exe installer for Windows from our downloads page.

  2. Launch the .exe installer.

  3. Follow the on-screen instructions.

Install Cryptomator on macOS

  1. Download Cryptomator’s .dmg installer for macOS from our downloads page.

  2. Launch the .dmg installer.

  3. Accept the license.

  4. Drag & drop Cryptomator into the Applications folder.

On macOS, Cryptomator will use WebDAV volume type by default if no FUSE driver is installed on the system. But we recommend installing macFUSE or FUSE-T for a smoother file browsing experience. Install macFUSE if your Mac comes with an Intel CPU or install FUSE-T if your Mac comes with an Apple Silicon CPU.


Change your Gatekeeper settings if macOS blocks Cryptomator’s installation.

Install Cryptomator on Linux

Cryptomator is available on Linux via Flatpak, PPA and AUR package managers, and as an AppImage (an .appimage file).

The easiest and recommended way of installing Cryptomator on Linux is by downloading Cryptomator’s AppImage (an .appimage file) - as it works on almost all distrubtions. Just remember to make it executable before you try to run it.

Visit our downloads page to choose your preferred installation method.