How to download Diagrams

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Draw.iO Diagrams is a cross-platform diagramming application you can use to create flowcharts, workflows, org charts, Venn diagrams, wireframes, network diagrams, and just about any other chart or modular drawing your imagination can conjure.

Simple to use, Diagrams offers dozens of templates, a responsive interface, and can save documents to your computer or to any of several web-based file storage services such as DropBox, Google Drive, Box, or OneDrive. You can create drawings using Diagrams in any modern web browser or using the Diagrams app for Mac, PC, Linux, and as a Google Chrome Extension.

Draw.iO Diagrams requires no login or registration, and you’re able to share your diagrams with anyone. If you already have drawings you’ve created in applications such as Visio, you can drag your existing docs to a new Diagrams doc and that drawing will be imported.

If that sounds exactly like what you need in a diagramming program, here’s how to download Diagrams.

Where to Download Diagrams?

If you have internet access that’s always available, you can easily access Diagrams directly from the web. This includes using Diagrams with your tablet or cell phone. Using the web app requires that you save files to a cloud-based service or download your drawing to your local hard drive.

Diagrams in a browser on tablets and a phone is solid and works quite well.

The Diagrams desktop application lets you save files locally on your computer and requires no active internet connection in order to do your work.

If you prefer a desktop application:

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