Zoom releases new versions of the desktop client and mobile app regularly to introduce new features and fix bugs. When a new version is available, we recommend upgrading to get the best video and audio experience. Here you can find out which version of video conferencing you’re running.
Keep up to date on Zoom’s latest changes by following our release notes.
Downloading the newest Zoom platform changes
Zoom desktop clients for Windows, macOS, and Linux can be updated
Zoom provides a pop-up notification within 24 hours of logging in when a new mandatory or optional update is available.
Check for updates if you already have the Zoom desktop client installed:
- Log in to Zoom’s desktop client.
- On the Check for Updates page, click your profile picture.
- Zoom will download and install a newer version if it exists.
If you or your IT team installed the desktop client with the MSI installer, AutoUpdate is disabled by default, and the Check for Updates button is also removed. Zoom account administrators should be able to assist you with updating.
The latest version can also be downloaded manually by:
- Clicking download from the link at https://zoom.us.
- Directly from one of the following links:
Upgrading the Zoom mobile app for iOS or Android
Note: Every time there is an update, Zoom displays a mobile notification.
Update types for Zoom
There are three types of updates: web-only, mandatory, and optional.
- For new fixes that are currently being tested, you can download updates from the web portal.
- When you click on update, the update will begin. After updating, you will not be able to continue.
- Updates will begin after clicking Update. If you decide to delay the update and update manually later, you can do so.
The next time you log in, you will only be prompted to update if you choose to postpone your optional update.