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Pixelorama is available for free for all major desktop platforms, namely Windows, Linux and macOS, as well as Ubuntu Touch, a mobile operating system. There is also a Web version available, which can be used directly from your browser, without downloading it. Stay tuned, because more platforms will be supported soon.

Pixelorama is available for free on for Windows, Linux and macOS. You can get it by clicking on "Download Now". A dialog will appear that lets you set a price for the tool. While donations are appreciated and they help with the development of the software, Pixelorama is a free software and paying is optional. After you decide whether you want to donate or not, you will be taken to the download page, where you can download a version of Pixelorama depending on your operating system.

On the page, you are also able to run Pixelorama's Web version directly through your browser.

GitHub Releases

Pixelorama is available for free on GitHub for Windows, Linux and macOS. On that page, you can also find previous versions of Pixelorama, but it is recommended to always download the most recent one.


Windows users can download Pixelorama from, GitHub Releases and Scoop. It should run on all new Windows versions from Windows 7 and on. There are three available versions, 64-bit portable, 32-bit portable and a 64-bit installer. See this page to find out whether your Operating System is 64-bit or 32-bit.


You can get Pixelorama with Scoop, by pasting these lines in the command prompt.

scoop bucket add extras

scoop install pixelorama


Linux users can download Pixelorama from, GitHub Releases, Flathub and the Snap Store. There are two available versions, 64-bit and 32-bit. See this page to find out whether your Operating System is 64-bit or 32-bit.


You can find Pixelorama for free on Flathub. If you have Flatpak installed, follow the instructions on that page to learn how to install and run the software.


Pixelorama is available as a Snap. If you have Snap installed, run sudo snap install pixelorama on your Terminal to install the software.


macOS users can download Pixelorama from and GitHub Releases, as shown above. If you encounter any issues with macOS saying that the application is damaged, see this troubleshooting page.

Ubuntu Touch

Mobile users with Ubuntu Touch can get Pixelorama on their devices for free from the Open Store.

Early Access - "Nightly" Versions

If you want to try the latest unstable builds of Pixelorama, you can find them here, available for Windows 64-bit, Linux 64-bit and Linux 32-bit ARM (for Raspberry Pi 4), as well as macOS. There is also an early-access Web version available here.

Keep in mind that these builds are very unstable and are not recommended for production.