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Linux Desktop

KDE Connect is available in all major distributions and works in all desktop environments. GNOME users might prefer using GSConnect, a GNOME extension that implements the KDE Connect protocol.

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KDE Connect for Android is available on Google Play, Huawei AppGallery and F-Droid.

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Plasma Mobile

A mobile friendly interface for mobile Linux platforms such as Plasma Mobile is also available.

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KDE Connect is available for SailfishOS in

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You can now get KDE Connect from The Microsoft Store.
Offline installers are also available.

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For macOS there is only a nightly version yet. Depending on your processor download either the ARM version or the Intel version.

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You can download the iOS native port of KDE Connect from the App Store.
Additionally, a pre-release, testing version of KDE Connect can be downloaded from TestFlight. Please see the iOS README for important data disclosure information, known limitations, and bug reporting information.

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Source code

The source code for the desktop and Android version is available on KDE’s Gitlab instance. For detailed instructions on how to build KDE Connect from source, check the Get Involved page.

Get Started

Pairing Two Devices

Pairing two devices is the first step in using KDE Connect.


A list of all features that are there in KDE Connect.


Still having issues? We have a troubleshooting section with all the commons issues.

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