Insync Support for 32-bit Linux Users

Hey everyone!

We’re officially dropping support for 32-bit Linux builds from Insync 1.5 onwards. Our engineers have updated their Python packages and one of the packages they use does not support 32-bit distributions. To continue developing Insync using this new Python package while supporting 32-bit Linux builds is currently not feasible (our engineers are only human). We’ve completely shifted our focus to making Insync a quality product and we believe this is the best route to take in order to achieve this.

However, Insync’s 1.4 32-bit installers will still be supported and are available via the APT/YUM repos. You can download the 1.4 32-bit installers here. For more info, view our Linux installation Guide here.

Let us know if there’s anything you need! :slight_smile: Leave a comment here or shoot us an email at



Makes perfect sense IMHO. 32-bit is a dying architecture, it doesn’t make sense to put much effort into this, aside from existing 32-bit versions, as you are already doing.


I agree with all of that except substitute ‘dying’ for ‘dead’. :slight_smile:


still running two 32 bit machines over here. Using them for menial tasks such as remote music player that syncs with itunes folders. Hopefully the older version still does the job. Love the one time payment option as I detest subscriptions.

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