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The download page.

The download page is a page on the Scratch Website where users can download offline versions of Scratch. It can be found here, and it can be found in the Resources tab in the footer.


There are 5 sections of the page. The sections are listed in order.


At the top, there is a brief paragraph that describes what the Offline Editor is for. Under 'Requirements', it lists the system requirements of the editor. As of February 2024, the requirements are the following:

  • Windows 10+
  • macOS 6.13+
  • ChromeOS
  • Android 6.0+
  • Linux and iOS is NOT supported.

Install the Scratch App for (Operating System)

At the top of the section, the user can choose what operating system they would like to download for. On Windows, they can download the editor from the Microsoft Store or from a direct download link. They can then run the .exe file to install the editor. On macOS, they can download the editor from the Apple Store or from a direct download link. They can then install it by dragging the .dmg file to Applications. On both the ChromeOS and Android, they can get the app from Google Play.

Older Versions

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This section lists the download page for offline editors for 2.0 and 1.4. The download page for 2.0 can be found here and for 1.4, here.


In order to download the 2.0 editor, Adobe AIR must be installed first.


Scratch 1.4 supports Windows, macOS and Linux (Debian and Ubuntu distribution).


This section lists some frequently asked questions on the Offline Editor.

Pre-Release Scratch Download Pages

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This section lists some download pages where Scratch was available before its official 2007 release.

November 2006 Scratch Beta

This download page for the November 2006 beta of Scratch can be found (archived 2006) here.

MAS714 2004

This download page for the October 1, 2004 version of Scratch (commonly mislabeled Scratch13Oct04) was created for the fall 2004 MAS714 course at MIT. The Scratch download page itself can be found (archived 2014) here.

MAS714 2003

This download page for the October 11, 2003 version of Scratch was created for the fall 2003 MAS714 course at MIT (course schedule, archived 2003, available here). The Scratch download page itself can be found (archived 2004) here, along with some very early online Scratch documentation (archived 2003) here.

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