The installer is a lightweight application that provides an easy to use interface for selecting the PowerVR Tools and SDK components that you would like to download. This includes target OSs and graphics APIs. Once a selection is made, the installer will download the required packages to your machine.
Download the installer for your preferred OS
Alternative offline installer
Unlike the standard installer, the offline version contains all possible packages for your machine. This means that the download size will be much larger than just downloading the packages you need with the online installer. For this reason we recommend using the online installer where possible.
Windows Offline Installer: PowerVR Tools and SDK 2018 R1 - Accept Terms & Request Download.[more info]
MacOS Offline Installer: PowerVR Tools and SDK 2018 R1 - Accept Terms & Request Download.[more info]
Linux64 Offline Installer: PowerVR Tools and SDK 2018 R1 - Accept Terms & Request Download.[more info]
PVRTune for SGX
If you are targeting a platform with PowerVR Series5 (SGX) we recommend this version of PVRTune which is specifically designed for this architecture.
PVRTune for SGX - Accept Terms & Request Download.
If you need a previous release, please visit our Legacy Downloads page.
For example, if you are working with OpenGL ES 1.1/2.0 APIs, we recommend that you download our v3.5 SDK as it is designed with these APIs in mind.
This allows you to browse the source code for our Framework and Examples.
This allows you to browse or fork the code, send pull requests for features and fixes, and view a wealth of other related information. You can also view our PowerVR GitHub page where you will find other useful resources.
Our Tools and SDK can be used freely (no fees) for any commercial or non-commercial purpose. The code provided can be modified, cut and paste as well as integrated into other projects. However, if you want to distribute our source code as-is you will need to keep the copyright at the top of the file.
- The PowerVR SDK Licence covers the source code for the Framework and Examples, and can be found here
- The PowerVR Tools are covered by a separate licence that can be found here
- Frequently asked questions about the PowerVR SDK and Tools Licences can be found here