Here you can download Zettlr for many different operating systems. We strive to offer it for as many platforms as possible. Due to community efforts, we are proud for being able to offer options for Homebrew, Chocolatey, and Arch Linux as well.
$ brew install --cask Zettlr
C:\> choco install zettlr
Zettlr binaries are also available for setup on Arch Linux installations. The binaries can be found here on AUR.
We also offer nightly releases. Nightlies are releases that are compiled right from the most recent changes in the codebase. This means: no release is more "cutting edge", but it also means there might be a lot of bugs in them. We recommend these releases for more advanced users who want to always have the most recent features.
With an incredible amount of functionality, Zettlr can prove overwhelming sometimes. The documentation helps you don't get lost in the app!
Zettlr is a Free and Open Source App (FOSS). This means that we provide the app free of charge. However, server costs, certificates, and other bills incur running costs on maintaining the app. Therefore, we'd like to kindly ask for either a one-time donation via PayPal, or becoming a patron over at Patreon, which helps us keep the project alive.
For any Open Source project, a live community is one of the most important things. The community supports new users, helps with housekeeping such as translating the app, and suggests new features. Being part of a community is an awesome treat we strongly recommend!
After downloading Zettlr, make sure to play through the interactive tutorial to get started with the application. Make sure to read the documentation as well, especially to understand the features Zettlr implements differently than traditional Word processors.
We also feature a YouTube account with video tutorials and other explanations. Make sure to subscribe there, as new features are likely getting additional videos in our HowTo-series!
If you are stuck, make sure to join Zettlr's big community around the web: We're here to help you! You can find the community on Reddit and the forum. And in case you spot an error, we're happy if you report it on GitHub.
Welcome to the family!