Sketch 61 and above requires macOS High Sierra (10.13.4) or newer, and a working Internet connection, in order to be able to install the software and receive updates and upgrades.
You can find more detailed information about Sketch and its features in our Documentation. On the overview page there, we’ve featured videos and other content that can also help you get started.
You can read the Sketch End User License Agreement here, which is a legal contract between a software application author or publisher and the user of that application.
Due to the technologies and frameworks exclusive to macOS that Sketch has been built upon, regrettably we will not be considering supporting Sketch on either of these platforms.
We don’t currently have plans for an iPadOS version of Sketch.
The trial version of Sketch lasts for 30 days from the first time you launch the app on a new device.
The Sketch trial is fully featured and there are no restrictions on how you can use the app. This includes the ability to install third-party plugins, export your designs and upload documents to Cloud.
If your operating system doesn’t support the latest version of Sketch but you still want to try it out, you can download any version of the app from our updates page and try it free for 30 days on a new device.
If you feel like your trial was shorter than 30 days, it’s likely that you have tried Sketch for 30 days in the past, on this device, and then updated to a new version.
You won’t be charged automatically when your trial ends and we don’t require credit card or payment details to download and use the free trial of Sketch.
We update Sketch regularly and, as part of our testing process, often make a special beta version of the app available.
There is no official Android version of Sketch Mirror, but other people have built apps for Android that work well with Sketch: