Installation and Compatibility

 

 

 

 

 

Memory-Map for All Version: 1.2.0

What's New? See Changes

Note, you can install Memory-Map for All on a device with the old Memory-Map app, without interfering with the operation of either app.

 iOS

Requires: iOS 13.0 or later

Available on the App Store 

For early access to new updates, Click HERE to join our beta test program.

Please ensure  "Share with App Developers" is enabled under Settings > Privacy > Analytics & Improvements. It really helps if we get the data from any crashes that occur.


Android

Requires: Android 6.0 or later

Available on Google Play 

For early access to new updates, Click HERE to join our beta test program.

Please enable "Usage & Diagnostics" in the Android Settings app > Privacy. It really helps if we get the data from any crashes that occur.


 Windows

Requires: Windows 10 or later, x86 64 bit

First download and install the Microsoft VC Runtime (2019, 64bit):

vc_redist.x64.exe

Then download the installer (MSI file) using the link below:

MMfA-1-1-3-1609.msi

You can try the latest beta release here MMfA-1-2-0-1109.msi

After installation, double-click the MMfA icon  on the desktop or use the Start menu to run the app.


 Mac

Requires: MacOS 10.14 (Mojave) or later. Universal app for Intel or M1 chip

Click the link below to download the DMG file:

MMfA-1-1-3-1609.dmg

You can try the latest beta release here MMfA-1-2-0-1109.dmg

Click the DMG file in your Downloads folder, then drag the MMfA icon  from the DMG window into the “Applications” icon in the Finder sidebar. You can then run the app from the Launchpad.


 Linux

Requires Ubuntu 22.04, or equivalent distribution on the x86_64 architecture.

Download the tar file below, extract it to a suitable location, and run the MMfA executable from a command prompt. (Note installation does not use apt, yum or other package manager).

An install.sh script and a desktop file are provided as an example of how to add the MMfA icon to the app launcher in Ubuntu. However, we recommend running the MMfA executable from the command console, as there may be useful diagnostic output on console, which you won't see if you use the app launcher. See this FAQ for more tips on Linux installation.

MMfA-1-1-3-1609.tar.gz

 You can try the latest beta release here MMfA-1-2-0-1109.tar.gz

 

 

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