Works great and looks even better doing it.

Notifications and fully customizable quality profiles.

Multiple Movie views.

Follow your favorite collections, actors, directors

Frequent updates. See what's new without leaving the comfort of the app.

Features

Calendar

See all your upcoming movies in one convenient location.

Manual Search

Find all the releases, choose the one you want and send it right to your download client.

Automatic Failed Download Handling

Radarr makes failed downloads a thing of the past. Password protected releases, missing repair blocks or virtually any other reason? no worries. Radarr will automatically blacklist the release and tries another one until it finds one that works.

Custom Formats

Ensure you get the right release every time! Custom Formats allows fine control over release prioritization and selection. As simple as a single preferred word or as complex as you want with multiple criteria and regex.

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Introduction

Radarr is supported natively on Windows. Radarr can be installed on Windows as Windows Service or system tray application.

A Windows Service runs even when the user is not logged in, but special care must be taken since Windows Services cannot access network drives (X:\ mapped drives or \\server\share UNC paths) without special configuration steps.
Additionally the Windows Service runs under the 'Local Service' account, by default this account does not have permissions to access your user's home directory unless permissions have been assigned manually. This is particularly relevant when using download clients that are configured to download to your home directory.
'Local Service' also generally has very limited permissions. It's therefore advisable to install Radarr as a system tray application if the user can remain logged in. The option to do so is provided during the installer.

Radarr is supported on Windows 8.1 and Server 2012 or later. Pre-release or earlier versions of Windows are not supported.

Radarr v0.2 migration

Radarr v3 will automatically convert the existing Radarr v0.2 installation. Radarr v0.2 already used C:\ProgramData\Radarr, which will be automatically converted to v3 on startup.
1 Install Radarr

Download the Windows Installer with the following link and execute it.

Download Windows x64 Installer Download Windows x86 Installer
2 View Radarr

Browse to http://localhost:7878 to start using Radarr.

Manual Install

It is possible to install Radarr manually using the x64 .zip download. However in that case you must manually deal with dependencies, installation and permissions.

Introduction

The Arch Linux User Repository offers a radarr package that can be installed manually or using your favorite AUR helper.

Radarr v0.2 migration

The existing radarr AUR packages already used /var/lib/radarr to store the Radarr database. Radarr v3 will convert that directory automatically on startup.
1 Install Radarr

An aur helper can install radarr and its dependencies easily, or follow the AUR Installing Packages wiki for manual installation.

For example, to use yay to install the radarr package:

yay -S radarr

2 Start Radarr
sudo systemctl daemon-reload
sudo systemctl enable --now radarr
3 View Radarr

Browse to http://localhost:7878 to start using Radarr.

(Replace 'localhost' with your server IP if you're connecting remotely)
Manual Install

It is possible to install Radarr manually from upstream using the .tar.gz download. However in that case you must manually deal with dependencies, installation and permissions.

Docker container

You can follow the Docker guide to install Radarr as a Docker container instead.

Installation

The community has put together an Installation Guide to help you install this on Debian or Ubuntu.

Radarr v0.2 migration

Radarr v3 will convert any existing v0.2 directory automatically on startup.
Please contact us if you wish to port Radarr v3 for any other distribution that the ones already listed.
Radarr v0.2 was supported by various third-parties on other platforms and we prefer to coordinate the port of v3.

Generic .tar.gz downloads are available for linux, but dependencies, installation and permissions will need to be done manually.

Introduction

The easiest way to install Radarr on macOS is to use the App archive with the steps described below.

Radarr v0.2 migration

The Radarr v3 package will attempt to automatically migrate an existing Radarr v0.2 database. Radarr v0.2 used the user's home directory ~/.config/Radarr to store the application data which v3 also uses.
1 Download App package
Download macOS App
2 Install App

Open the archive and drag the Radarr icon to your Application folder.

Radarr v3 is not compatible with OSX versions < 10.13 (High Sierra) due to netcore incompatibilities.
3 Start Radarr

Open Radarr.app in your Application folder.

4 View Radarr

Browse to http://localhost:7878 to start using Radarr.

Manual Install

It is possible to install Radarr manually using the .tar.gz download. However in that case you must manually deal with dependencies, installation and permissions.

Docker container

You can follow the Docker guide to install Radarr as a Docker container instead.

A V3 package and installation instructions are provided by SynoCommunity at: https://synocommunity.com/package/radarr. Please note that the SynoCommunity typically has signifcant lag in providing updated packages, thus you may want to check out Docker.
The Radarr v0.2 Qnap port was maintained by the Qnap forum community.
Please contact us if you wish to maintain a v3 package so that we can include the appropriate install instructions.
Please contact us if you wish to port Radarr v3 for any other nas that the ones already listed.
Radarr v0.2 was supported by various third-parties on other platforms and we prefer to coordinate the port of v3.

A generic download is available for linux, but dependencies, installation, and permissions will need to be done manually.

Download Linux .tar.gz
Introduction

The Radarr team does not offer an official Docker image. However, a number of third parties have created and maintain their own.
These instructions provide generic guidance that should apply to any Radarr Docker image.

Radarr v0.2 migration

Most docker containers use /config volume to mount the data directory and supply that path to Radarr as parameter. Radarr v3 will convert the given directory on startup if a Radarr v0.2 database is found.
1 Avoid common pitfalls
Volumes and Paths

There are two common problems with Docker volumes: Paths that differ between the Radarr and download client container and paths that prevent fast moves and hard links.
The first is a problem because the download client will report a download's path as /torrents/My.Movie.2018/, but in the Radarr container that might be at /downloads/My.Movie.2018/. The second is a performance issue and causes problems for seeding torrents. Both problems can be solved with well planned, consistent paths.

Most Docker images suggest paths like /movies and /downloads. This causes slow moves and doesn't allow hard links because they are considered two different file systems inside the container. Some also recommend paths for the download client container that are different from the Radarr container, like /torrents.
The best solution is to use a single, common volume inside the containers, such as /data. Your Movies would be in /data/Movies, torrents in /data/downloads/torrents and/or usenet downloads in /data/downloads/usenet.

If this advice is not followed, you may have to configure a Remote Path Mapping in the Radarr web UI (Settings › Download Clients).

Ownership and Permissions

Permissions and ownership of files is one of the most common problems for Radarr users, both inside and outside Docker. Most images have environment variables that can be used to override the default user, group and umask, you should decide this before setting up all of your containers. The recommendation is to use a common group for all related containers so that each container can use the shared group permissions to read and write files on the mounted volumes.
Keep in mind that Radarr will need read and write to the download folders as well as the final folders.

For a more detailed explanation of these issues, see The Best Docker Setup and Docker Guide wiki article.

2 Install Radarr

To install and use these Docker images, you'll need to keep the above in mind while following their documentation. There are many ways to manage Docker images and containers too, so installation and maintenance of them will depend on the route you choose.

  • ghcr.io/hotio/radarr:release

    hotio doesn't specify any default volumes, besides /config. Images are automatically updated multiple times in an hour if upstream changes are found. Hotio also builds our Pull Requests which may be useful for testing. Read the instructions on how to install the image.

  • ghcr.io/linuxserver/radarr:latest

    linuxserver.io is one of the most prolific and popular Docker image maintainers. They also maintain images for most of the popular download clients as well. LinuxServer specifies a couple of optional default volumes such as /movies and /downloads. The default volumes are not optimal nor recommended. Our recommendation is to use a single volume for the data, as mentioned above.

Installation

The Radarr team provides builds for BSD.
Additional details can be found on Frank's GH Link

Radarr v0.2 migration

Radarr v3 will convert any existing v0.2 directory automatically on startup.
Please contact us if you wish to port Radarr v3 for any other platform that the ones already listed.
Radarr v0.2 was supported by various third-parties on other platforms and we prefer to coordinate the port of v3.

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