List of platforms supported by Qt

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Official platforms[edit]

The following platforms are officially supported by Qt:

Platform Details
Android Qt for Android (currently for Android 5 Lollipop and later, i.e. all currently supported and popular unsupported versions).[1] formerly known as Necessitas[2]
Embedded Linux Qt for embedded platforms: personal digital assistant, smartphone, etc.[3]
Integrity Qt for Integrity[4][5]
iOS Qt for iOS platforms (iPhone, iPad); currently only for 64-bit, i.e. iOS 11 and later.[6] Support for tvOS 11 and later and watchOS 4 and later as a technology preview.
macOS Qt for Apple macOS (64-bit platforms); supports applications on Cocoa[7]
QNX Qt for QNX[8]
VxWorks Qt for VxWorks[9]
Wayland Qt for Wayland.[10] Qt applications can switch between graphical backends like X and Wayland at load time with the -platform command line option.[11][12] This allows a seamless transition of Qt applications from X11 to Wayland.
Windows Qt 5.13[13] for Microsoft Windows 7,[14] 8.1 and 10; Qt 5.6 version supported: Windows XP and Vista
Windows CE Older Qt versions had support for Windows CE 6 and Windows Embedded Compact 7.[15]
Windows RT Universal Windows Platform 10. Previous Qt versions: Support for WinRT-based Windows 8 apps and Windows Phone 8[16]
X11 Qt for X Window System (GNU/Linux); FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, and DragonFly BSD (and other operating systems) have community support. has community support for Qt 4.6 (now no longer supported version).[17]

External ports[edit]

After Nokia opened the Qt source code to the community on Gitorious various ports appeared. Here are some of these unofficial platforms:

Deprecated ports[edit]

Some ports of Qt are now deprecated and are no longer actively developed. These are list of some of these platforms that may be available, but are not supported anymore:

References[edit]

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  13. ^ "Supported Platforms | Qt 5.13". doc.qt.io. Retrieved 2019-07-27.
  14. ^ "Qt Wiki – Support for Windows". Qt Project. 11 August 2011. Retrieved 11 August 2013.
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