Our team regularly releases connectivity fixes and improvements for our client apps. We recommend always being on the latest version of Tailscale.
Here’s how to upgrade on different platforms:
Upgrade Tailscale by downloading our Windows installer (v1.38.1) and running it. This will update your existing installation to the latest version.
Tailscale for macOS is available in multiple ways. We recommend using the Mac App Store for a new macOS installation, and updating from the Mac App Store’s Updates page for any updates.
Tailscale for iOS is only available via the App Store, and will auto-update by default. If you need to manually update, you can do so from the App Store updates page.
Tailscale for Android is only available via the Play Store and will auto-update by default. If you need to manually update, you can do so from the Play Store updates page.
Tailscale can be upgraded on supported Linux distros by using the upgrade command from the package manager used to install Tailscale. Here’s a reference for common distros.
For all Ubuntu and Debian versions, upgrade using apt-get:
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install tailscale
For CentOS 7 and Amazon Linux 2, upgrade using yum:
sudo yum update tailscale
For openSUSE Leap 15.1, 15.2, and openSUSE Tumbleweed, upgrade using zypper:
sudo zypper update tailscale
For CentOS 8, CentOS Stream 9, RHEL 8, and Fedora, upgrade using dnf:
sudo dnf update tailscale
Alternatively, if you are using Tailscale v1.36 or later, you can update Windows clients and some
distros of Linux clients by running the Tailscale CLI command