The OSGeo4W installer is recommended for regular users or organization deployments. It allows to have several QGIS versions in one place, and to keep each component up-to-date individually without having to download the whole package.
Since QGIS 3.20 we only ship 64-bit Windows executables.
macOS High Sierra (10.13) or newer is required. QGIS is not yet notarized as required by macOS Catalina (10.15) security rules. On first launch, please control-click on the icon and choose Open from the context menu, after which a confirmation dialog is shown and you need to click the Open button.
For many flavors of GNU/Linux binary packages (rpm and deb) or software repositories (to add to your installation manager) are available. Please select your choice of distro below:
The QGIS experience does not stop on the desktop. Various touch optimized apps allow you to take QGIS into the field
Third-party touch optimized apps
QField (Android, iOS, Windows, macOS, Linux)
Mergin Maps Input app (available for Android, iOS and Windows devices)
QGIS for Android
An old and deprecated not touch optimised release of QGIS for Android can be found inAll downloads
More specific instructions about downloading QGIS stable vs QGIS development can be found in All downloads.
For testing and learning purposes, a sample dataset is available, which contains collections of data from different sources and in different formats.
Previous releases of QGIS are still available here - including older releases for OS X here.
More older releases are available here and for OS X here.
Plugins for QGIS are also available here.
QGIS is open source software available under the terms of the GNU General Public License meaning that its source code can be downloaded through tarballs or the git repository.
QGIS Source Code is available here (latest release) and here (long term release)
Refer to the INSTALL guide on how to compile QGIS from source for the different platforms: here