The current version of Geary is 0.12.1
The suggested method for installing Geary is using Flatpak from Flathub.
If you have Flatpak installed already, simply click this link:
To install Flatpak, consult their installation documentation.
Linux Package Installation
Most Linux and BSD distributions provide packaged versions of Geary, ready to install. The most straight-forward way to install Geary is to search for and install it using GNOME Software or your distribution's package manager (Software Centre, Software Manager, YaST, apt-get, dnf, yum, pacman, emerge, etc.). See your distribution's documentation for help.
Note: Distributions with time-based or long-term-support releases may have out-of-date versions of Geary. To make sure you have the current version of Geary, ensure you have the latest version of your distribution installed, or try an advanced method below.
Advanced installation methods require some technical knowledge. If you get stuck, ask for help on IRC or the mailing list.
Installing Current Packages
Up-to-date packages are available via the following:
For Fedora: Fedora packages
For Ubuntu and derivatives: Geary Team PPA
- Rolling distributions such as Arch Linux, Gentoo and Debian Testing will usually have the latest version of Geary.
Package maintainers: Send a message to the mailing list to have your repository listed here.
Installation from Source
To install Geary from source code, you can download release tarballs, or clone and build the latest development code from Git:
See the INSTALL file in the source tree for source installation instructions.