A modern Mac, running macOS Yosemite or later.
Internet access is required during installation.
Download Fuse for macOS from the Downloads page and run the installer.
After installation, we can find the Fuse application in the "Applications" folder. We can also start it simply by opening a terminal window and typing
fuse. When Fuse is running we can see its tray icon in the menu bar. Our dashboard should also pop up right after running
fuse for the first time. The dashboard can always be started from the tray icon.
To preview your projects on real devices you can use the Fuse Preview app. This does not require you to install Xcode or the Android SDKs.
In order to do Android app exports and custom previews you will need to install the required third party SDKs. See the Preview and export section.
If for any reason we need to remove all of the Fuse components, we can use this uninstall script.
In order to do iOS app exports and custom previews you will need the latest version of Xcode. Follow these instruction, or search for it in the Mac App Store.
Now that we've got Fuse up and running, it's time to play around with it. Head over to our quickstart tutorial to get started!