Our goal for Discord is to support as many devices and operating systems as possible. Below, you’ll see the minimum operating systems requirements, along with what we recommend for the best experience.
Please keep in mind that while devices that are running older operating systems and hardware may meet the minimum requirements to run Discord, our technical support may be limited as these devices can often have trouble running more modern apps.
What this article covers:
|Windows||Windows 7+||Windows 10+|
|Mac||MacOS 10.11 (El Capitan)+||MacOS 10.15 (Catalina)+|
|Linux||Ubuntu 18.04+, Debian 10+, openSUSE 15.2+ and Fedora Linux 32+|
For Linux: Because of the variations in both software and hardware for computers running Linux, technical support for this operating system is limited. Our Linux client is based on Chromium, and so the requirements for this version of the app are based on Chrome’s requirements, found here.
|Android||Android 6+||Android 10+|
|iOS||iOS 12+||iOS 13+|
You can find devices supported by iOS 12+ here.
For Android: Discord only supports devices that ship with Google Play Services by default. This means some devices, including Amazon Kindles, are not supported.
Jailbroken or Rooted devices are not supported.
Beta operating systems are not supported. While Discord may install and run on a beta version of an operating system, some features of the app may not function correctly.
Google Chrome, Firefox 80+, Opera, Microsoft Edge 17+ (including Chromium Edge 79+ on Windows and macOS), Safari 11+ (available on macOS 10.13 High Sierra and up)
Note: Older browsers may lack functionality with newer features, and voice chat for Firefox is only supported by versions 80 and up!
Running Discord in a mobile browser is not supported.