We provide downloads for the official client and server programs. A Linux distribution may provide their own packages and have their own maintainer, which we will describe below. We also link to some third party projects.
Version 1.3.2 is the latest stable version of Mumble and was released on July 08, 2020.
Note (macOS): Apple introduced a stricter verification and warning process. macOS will now warn you when installing the Mumble application. This is expected and not a security issue. Apple will not currently verify and acknowledge our package unless we pay a significant amount of money. (Issue tracked in #4263)
Server note: Depending on the context and packager our server program is called “mumble-server” or “Murmur”
For the individual files and for a zipped sources file see the 1.3.2 GitHub release page.
Instructions on verifying GPG signatures of Mumble downloads can be found in the linked document.
Your distribution probably provides official packages for Mumble. Please refer to your OS packages. Distributions with official packages include Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, openSUSE, Arch Linux, Mandriva/ROSA/Unity.
Ubuntu provides their own packages. But we also provide a PPA (Personal Package Archive) which you can add to use more recent stable or development snapshot versions.
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mumble/release
A Snap package is published and maintained by the third party Snapcraft community at https://snapcraft.io/mumble
A Flatpak Package is published and maintained by the third party Flatpak community at https://www.flathub.org/apps/details/info.mumble.Mumble
Android (third party)
We do not currently provide an official Android client. However, you can use one of the third party clients (that we do not develop or support ourselves).
At the moment we are in the process of changing our build infrastructure for releases. Our next snapshots will be based on the new system. Until the new system is established we are not publishing development snapshots (using the old system).
Note (macOS): Apple introduced a stricter verification and warning process. macOS will now warn you when installing the Mumble application. This is expected and not a security issue. Apple will not currently verify and acknowledge our package unless we pay. (Issue tracked in #4263)
As a free software project the source code is publicly readable and under a permissive license.