Community Apps

Browse our large and growing catalog of applications to run in your Unraid server. 

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All the applications you love—built and maintained by a community member who understands what you need on Unraid. Love a particular app or plugin? Donate directly to the developer to support their work.

Created by a legend

Andrew (aka Squid) has worked tirelessly to build and enhance the experience of Community Apps for users like you. Listen to his story.

Moderated and Vetted

Moderators ensure that apps listed in the store offer a safe, compatible, and consistent experience. Learn more about our guidelines.

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Brave Browser in a forwarded X11 container. Brave is a free and open-source web browser developed by Brave Software, Inc. based on the Chromium web browser. It blocks ads and website trackers, and provides a way for users to send cryptocurrency contributions in the form of Basic Attention Tokens to websites and content creators.

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Firefox Browser in a forwarded X11 container. Mozilla Firefox, or simply Firefox, is a free and open-source web browser developed by the Mozilla Foundation and its subsidiary, Mozilla Corporation. Firefox uses the Gecko layout engine to render web pages, which implements current and anticipated web standards.

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KeePassXC in a container. Keep your passwords safe! I highly recommend also downloading the KeePassXC browser extension for easy input of passwords on webpages. Save your database in the /config folder for persistence after updates/reboots and backups with your AppData.

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A simple container that opens OpenRGB in a browser so that you can control all of your System lighting while still running UnraidOS. OpenRGB is an Open source RGB lighting control that doesn't depend on manufacturer software. ASUS, ASRock, Corsair, G.Skill, Gigabyte, HyperX, MSI, Razer, ThermalTake, and more are currently supported. WARNING! This project provides a tool to probe the SMBus. This is a potentially dangerous operation if you don't know what you're doing. Exercise caution when clicking the Detect Devices or Dump Device buttons. There have been reports of Gigabyte motherboards having serious issues (bricking the RGB or bricking the entire board) when dumping certain devices. On the same lines, exercise the same caution when using the i2cdump and i2cdetect commands on Linux, as they perform the same functionality. OpenRGB is not liable for damage caused by improper SMBus access. As of now, only Gigabyte RGB Fusion 2.0 boards have been reported to have issues.