Development versions

Development versions are released every time a developer makes a change to Dolphin, several times every day! Using development versions enables you to use the latest and greatest improvements to the project. They are however less tested than stable versions of the emulator.
4.0-7141 12 hours ago Make the GameCube game widescreen heuristic smarter. (PR #2790 from phire)
4.0-7138 15 hours ago Aspect Ratio/VI Scaling FIx (PR #2765 from mirrorbender)
4.0-7135 2 days ago Remove unnecessary virtual keywords (PR #2789 from lioncash)
4.0-7133 3 days, 9 hours ago Heuristic to detect if a gamecube game is rendering 16:9 widescreen. (PR #2769 from phire)
4.0-7131 3 days, 9 hours ago UICommon: Pass string by const reference for HostDisassemblerLLVM (PR #2786 from lioncash)

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Release Candidate versions

Release candidate versions are released to test an upcoming stable release of Dolphin. They are generally more stable than the Development versions, but may still have known bugs.
5.0-rc 15 hours ago CMakeLists: Update version number.

Stable versions

Stable versions are released after a lot of testing to ensure emulation performance and stability. However, since they are released less often, they might be outdated and lacking some new features.
Dolphin 4.0.2 1 year, 8 months ago
Dolphin 4.0.1 1 year, 9 months ago
Dolphin 4.0 1 year, 10 months ago
Dolphin 3.5 2 years, 7 months ago
Dolphin 3.0 4 years, 1 month ago

Older Ubuntu (< 15.04) and users of other Linux distributions

Ubuntu 14.10 and older users can install a PPA for development and stable versions of Dolphin here: Installing Dolphin

Users of other Linux distributions can look here to compile Dolphin: Building Dolphin on Linux

Source code

The latest version of the Dolphin source code can be downloaded from the project Git repository.

    $ git clone https://github.com/dolphin-emu/dolphin.git

You can also browse the current version of the source code.

Reporting bugs

For reporting bugs please go to the issue tracker on Google Code. Before creating a new issue, make sure to try a recent development build and search the existing issues.