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Release Notes  
Windows 64-bit Application
Windows 7+
Windows 32-bit Application
Windows 7+
Linux 64-bit Application
Ubuntu 14.04+ LTS, Debian 8+ LTS
Chrome Application
Latest version of Chrome
Web Application
Latest version of Chrome or Firefox
Release Notes  
Windows 64-bit Application
Windows 7+
Linux 64-bit Application
Ubuntu 14.04+ LTS, Debian 8+ LTS
Chrome Application
Latest version of Chrome
Web Application
Latest version of Chrome or Firefox

ReqView Desktop is a stable version which should be used in production environment. ReqView Desktop Beta is a beta version which could be used for testing and evaluation of the latest features. Both applications can be installed independently because they do not share any data.

Web Chrome Native
Platforms Windows, Linux, Mac Windows, Linux, Mac Windows Linux
Automatic Updates Yes Yes
(Chrome Web Store)
Yes
(AWS S3)
No
Runs offline No Yes Yes Yes
Features



- Project Folders No Yes Yes Yes
- Document Exclusive Edit Mode No Yes Yes Yes
- Google Drive Integration Yes Yes No No

ReqView Desktop is a client side application storing all the project data in a secure private local storage provided by the web browser. No sensitive personal or project data are sent to the Internet.

You can also save project data into your local or shared network drive as plain files. You do not need to install any database.

ReqView WebApp, ChromeApp and WindowsApp are updated automatically after we release a new version. ReqView LinuxApp needs to be downloaded and updated manually.

Because Google announced sunset of Chrome Applications on desktop platforms (Windows, Mac and Linux) in 2016, we encourage all ReqView ChromeApp users to migrate to the native WindowsApp and LinuxApp. We plan to release a MacApp beta during Q2 2018.

The Chrome Applications are no longer displayed in the Chrome Web Store and they will stop running in the near future. From this perspective, we plan to support the ReqView ChromeApp until Q2 2018.