If you find any bugs or other issues, please report them.
Please also check out the docs for information about how to install Vikunja on your own server.
You can download Vikunja in various forms:
Backend (API-Server) #
You can get all api releases from our download server.
Unstable builds contain the latest changes and features, but may be experimental or contain bugs.
You can also get the source code and compile it yourself. Instructions on how to do this can be found in the repo.
The backend is also available to download as a debian package.
Unfortunately, we currently don’t have a way to provide you with an apt repo, but you can download and install the
.deb packages manually.
You can get all frontend releases from our download server.
You can also get the source code and build it yourself. Instructions on how to do this can be found in the repo.
Desktop apps #
Starting with version 0.15.0, Vikunja’s frontend is available as a standalone desktop app for linux and windows devices. This means you can run it on your desktop without the need to install the frontend.
To install it, simply go to our download server choose the latest version (
unstable for nightly builds) and the right variant for your platform.
Mobile apps #
We have pre-built apks for Android which you can download and install on your device. We’ll publish it to F-Droid, and the Google Play Store once the app is feature complete.
Note: We don’t accept new TestFlight users at the moment due to issues with the build machine used to release fresh iOS builds. If you want to use Vikunja on iOS you will need to either use the PWA or build it yourself.
We provide the latest build as beta version via TestFlight for iOS users. To install the version please follow this link: https://testflight.apple.com/join/KxOaAraq. New versions will be published by the CI automatically.
You can also get the source code and build it yourself (for both Android and iOS).