You can download Pumble for your computer and use it as a desktop app. It's available for Windows, Linux and Mac operating systems.

To download the app:

  • Login to your Pumble workspace from the browser
  • Click on the workspace name in the top left corner and navigate to Download native apps.
  • Select the Windows, Linux or Mac (Intel and M1) depending on your operating system, and the browser will start the download of the installation file.
  • Once the file is downloaded, you can open the file and install the app.
  1. Login to your Pumble using the browser.
  2. Download the Windows app from the Pumble web.
  3. Open the downloaded file and the system will lead you trough the process of the installation.
  4. Open the Desktop application and click on Sign in.
  5. Your default browser will open and lead you to the Login page
  6. Login from the browser and you will receive a pop-up to open Pumble in app.

From the Desktop app you can perform the same action as in the web application regarding messaging, administration and inviting users.

  1. Login to your Pumble using the browser.
  2. Download the Mac (Intel) or Mac (M1) app from the Pumble web.
  3. Open the downloaded file and the system will lead you trough the process of the installation.
  4. Open the Desktop application and click on Sign in.
  5. Your default browser will open and lead you to the Login page.
  6. Login from the browser and you will receive a pop-up to open Pumble in app.

From the Desktop app you can perform the same action as in the web application regarding messaging, administration and inviting users.

  1. Login to your Pumble using the browser.
  2. Download the Linux app from the Pumble web.
  3. Open the downloaded file and the system will lead you trough the process of the installation.
  4. Open the Desktop application and click on Sign in.
  5. Your default browser will open and lead you to the Login page.
  6. Login from the browser and you will receive a pop-up to open Pumble in app.

From the Desktop app you can perform the same action as in the web application regarding messaging, administration and inviting users.