TLDR; Testfully offers desktop apps for Windows, Mac, and Linux. It offers the same functionalities as the web app. As an API client, we highly recommend using our desktop app instead of the web app.
Testfully’s desktop application for Windows supports Windows 10 & 11. Our Mac app supports Mac OS 12 & 13 at the moment with a plan to support Mac OS 11. You can run the Mac app on both Intel and Silicon chips.
Please use the below links to download the latest version of Testfully.
|OS||Supported version||Installer||Download |
|Windows||Windows 10 & 11 (64-bit only)||Download|
|Mac||MacOS 12 & 13 (Intel & Sillicon)||Download|
|Linux||All major distros (x86_64 architecture)||Download|
Desktop vs. Web
Our desktop and web applications offer identical user experiences and feature sets. We continue to maintain and extend both apps going forward. That said, if you’re using Testfully as an API Client and have one of the following requirements, we suggest you use the desktop app.
Using self-signed SSL certificates
If you’re building an API and using self-signed SSL certificates, you cannot use Testfully’s web app to send requests to your API endpoints. This is because browser API does not offer a way to disable SSL verification. On the other hand, our desktop app can disable SSL verification when needed.
API endpoints without CORS configuration
Testfully’s web app cannot send requests to API endpoints that have not enabled CORS. This is because Testfully’s web app uses the native browser API that does not offer a way to disable CORS. On the other hand, our desktop app can work with any endpoint.
Installing the Linux app
Testfully app for Linux relies on
libfuse2 to work. If you’re getting an error related to fuse2, please install the lib. Ubuntu users, please run
sudo apt install libfuse2 to install
Feel free to reach out via our chat box on this page or via
email@example.com for any technical issues regarding our desktop applications.