⚡ Open source easy file sharing for everyone. ⚡
Cross-platform hassle-free file sharing with AES-256 encryption made with Flutter & Dart.
To build on MacOS or Windows, please follow these simple steps.
git clone https://github.com/odinapp/odin.git
echo 'GITHUB_TOKEN=**GITHUB_ACCESS_TOKEN**' >> .env
echo 'GITHUB_USERNAME=**GITHUB_USERNAME**' >> .env
echo 'GITHUB_TOKEN=**GITHUB_TOKEN**' >> .env
These environment variables are required as Odin uses a GitHub Repo to store the uploaded files.
You may read GitHub docs to access these secrets.
Follow the instructions here to install Flutter. As Odin uses the
stable channel, you need to switch the channel if you are on
beta channels. Just type:
flutter channel stable
You should enable the specified platform first if you don’t enable it before and then select the desktop device.
# for windows flutter config --enable-windows-desktop # for macos flutter config --enable-macos-desktop # for linux flutter config --enable-linux-desktop
To run the app just type these commands in terminal or use the Run and Debug option from your editor of choice.
flutter pub get flutter run
Roadmap |-- AES-256 encryption |-- Online website | |-- Upload and share files from any device | |-- View encrypted files and download them safely |-- Upload / Download Progress |-- File Deletion within 15 hours |-- Same network direct sharing
If you’d like to propose a feature, submit an issue here.
Please see the releases tab for more details about the latest release.
First off, thanks for visiting Odin’s repo and taking your time to read this doc.
Any contributions you make are greatly appreciated. Please look at CONTRIBUTING.md for details.
What is Odin?
Odin began as what most projects start as “A weekend project”. Originally, we wanted to develop a cross-platform, open-source file-sharing platform that was faster and easier than sharing files over chat services or data cables.
We wanted to develop and prototype the project as quickly as possible. The result was an MVP that was ready in just a few hours because we used Flutter.
Fun Fact: The app icon resembles the helmet of the god Odin from Norse mythology. It also resembles a free-flying bird, which indicates our feelings while developing this with Flutter?.
Distributed under the GPL-3.0 License. See
LICENSE for more information.