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ConnectorDB 0.3.0 will be released (soon).
Current downloads are pre-release builds.


The Windows version of ConnectorDB comes as an installer which includes a logging program for your laptop. You're only a couple clicks away from running ConnectorDB yourself!

Windows v0.3.0 x86_64 (Desktop)


There are two versions of ConnectorDB for x86 linux. The Desktop version is similar to the windows version - but you will need to set up the laptop logger to run on login. The server version is meant to be run on headless linux servers.

Raspberry Pi

You can run a ConnectorDB server on your Raspberry Pi!


ConnectorDB does not yet gather desktop data from Macs. Despite this, you can still run the desktop version of ConnectorDB on your Mac!

If you feel adventurous, you can also try the bleeding-edge development builds.

After Installing ConnectorDB, you can extend the data you gather by installing the clients:

Laptop Logger

The Laptop Logger is included with the Desktop versions of ConnectorDB. To use it with an existing database, choose the option of connecting to server instead of creating a new database.

Android Logger

The Android App runs in the background on your phone, gathering several metrics, such as activity, location and steps. It syncs to ConnectorDB when in range.

Install App

Chrome Logger

The Chrome extension logs the websites you visit to your ConnectorDB server.

Install Extension

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ConnectorDB is a very new open-source project. If you are a designer/developer or ML enthusiast, head on over to the connectordb github, where you can choose which part of ConnectorDB you want to contribute towards! Pull requests or bug reports are welcome!