No forms to fill, just one-click direct Mautic Downloads from the Github Releases.
ATTENTION: You should Carefully choose the best Mautic Download for your needs!
With Mautic, just downloading the latest version might not be the smartest option.
Understand how Mautic releases work and most of all make an informed decision about which is the right version for your needs.
In this page, you’ll find a list of Mautic releases and some recommendations to help you decide which one to download depending on your needs.
Each Mautic release ending in zero contains new features and hence some new bugs are usually introduced with those versions. Releases ending in subsequent numbers focus on making Mautic more stable and fixing any bugs introduced in previous releases.
Hence some releases are safer than others, for your convenience, we’ve provided some links to the releases we recommend using.
LAST REVISED Mar,18 – 2020
All these Mautic downloads are direct links to the official releases on Github.
Mautic Downloads For a Fresh New Mautic Installation:
See towards the end of the post what each color means.
|Mautic download Recommended for Production: Download Mautic 2.15.3|
Click here to check the status of and bugs found on 2.15.3
|Mautic download Recommended for Testing Mautic: Download Mautic 2.15.3|
|DOWNLOAD the LATEST Mautic 2.X version: Download Mautic 2.16.0|
Download Mautic 3 – Download Mautic 3.0.0-Beta
For Updating your existing Mautic Installation:
|UPDATE your existing Mautic: Update Mautic to 2.14.2|
|UPDATE your existing Mautic: Update Mautic to 2.15.1|
|UPDATE your existing Mautic: Update Mautic to 2.15.2|
|UPDATE your existing Mautic: Update Mautic to 2.15.3|
|UPDATE your existing Mautic: Update Mautic to 3.0.0 (to be released)|
Important note: Mautic 2.15.0 and newer supports PHP 7.2.
Mautic 3.0.0 and newer Support PHP 7.3 and is based on Symfony 3.x rather than Symfony 2.x
At this point in time (January 2020), the most stable version is still 2.14.2, however, you might want to consider using 2.15.3 instead for your production environment if you need PHP 7.2 or later in order to future proof your installation.
I strongly recommend not using Mautic 3.x in production at this point in time, however, if you need to use Symfony 3.x, Mautic 3 is the only option available right now.
Stability Grade: What the different colors mean
The stability grade is a subjective measure based on the release cycle, the amount of bugs/issues published, open and closed in each release and the severity of these bugs.
| ||Stable||Production-ready||No known Bugs||Battle Tested|
| ||Mostly Stable||Production-ready|| No Known Major Bugs.|
Minor bugs might exist.
| ||Usable||Expect surprises||Bugs present but fix is already available,||Young|
| ||Unstable||For testing only||Known bugs of importance||New|
| ||Development||For development only||Untested, dangerous||New|
Hi, thank you for reading this article, hope you found it useful.
My name is Yosu Cadilla, I’ve been both a Marketer since 1996 and a Systems Administrator since 2000, switching back and forth and mixing both trades. Since discovering Mautic, I’ve been specializing in large Mautic deployments as well as Mautic for agencies. Nowadays all my clients are Mautic related.
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