Supported Platforms

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Qt can be used for application development for a wide range of target platforms, like:

  • Desktop: Linux, macOS, Windows
  • Embedded and RTOS: Linux, QNX, VxWorks, Windows
  • Mobile: Android, iOS, Windows

For in depth information and more exotic platforms see the official documentation: Supported Platforms. See also Supported Devices.

Even if not listed there, with some extra work you may also be able to target platforms like:

  • Various BSDs
  • Haiku
  • Windows versions older than Windows XP

Depending on your target you'll need a suitable host platform. For specific information see the lists of supported platforms mentioned above. For a quick overview see the following table:

Target Host
Desktop Linux Desktop Linux
macOS macOS
Windows 7 or higher Windows 7 or higher
Embedded, RTOS
Embedded Linux Desktop Linux
QNX Desktop Linux
Windows 7 or higher
VxWorks Desktop Linux
Windows 7 or higher
Windows Embedded 7 Windows 7 or higher
Android Desktop Linux
Windows 7 or higher
iOS macOS
Windows Phone Windows 8 or higher
Windows RT Windows 8 or higher

If your host platform is Desktop Linux but your favorite Linux distribution is not listed in the official documentation then don't worry: Many distributions have ready compiled packages and in case not, you can compile Qt from source. Almost all modern Desktop Linux distributions are suitable host and target platforms.