Software Update: Nextcloud 14.0.13 / 15.0.9 / 16.0.2

Updates have been released for versions 14, 15 and 16 of Nextcloud. With this program it is possible to run cloud storage in-house. Nextcloud was created after a large number of developers left ownCloud and started over. All components, including the enterprise functionality, are offered as open source and the revenue model is similar to what Red Hat does, which is to provide paid support for major customers. Nextcloud also promises a so-called drop-in replacement, which makes it possible to easily switch from ownCloud to Nextcloud. The release notes for this release can be found below.

Nextcloud 16.0.2, 15.0.9 and 14.0.13 available now!

As part of our monthly release cadence, new minor releases of the Nextcloud server have been made available. As always, these include stability and security improvements and are designed to be a safe and quick upgrade. Customers can always count on our upgrade support if needed!

Please stay up to date with Nextcloud releases of both the server and its apps, for the safety of your data! Running web facing software without regular updates is risky and quite frankly, irresponsible.

important Nextcloud 14 is at the end of its public support cycle. Please, plan to upgrade to 15 at least over the next few weeks or inquire for a Nextcloud Subscription to continue to get security and bug fixes! This was the last public update!

NOTE that there are two known issues with this release. First, for many users the apps and users overviews are white until a full refresh takes place (hold the shift key and hit the refresh button in your browser). Second, some users reported file integrity warnings related to cypress which can be resolved by deleting the cypress.json and the cypress folder in the /apps/viewer/ folder. This folder with test data was accidentally shipped with Nextcloud 16.0.1 and should be deleted in the 16.0.2 upgrade but this does not happen for all users. We are looking for the root causes of both issues and will try to resolve them in a further update, but, as they are merely cosmetic, we recommend to upgrade regardless.


The roughly 50 changes for Nextcloud 16.0.2 are quite minor, with a series of bug fixes for small issues and user interface enhancements. Notable fixes include a fix for full text search on group folders, LDAP fixes, hiding the new-file menu when quota is set to 0, a number of security-related updates like the ability to set a password for a redis cluster and updated CA bundles and more.

You can find the full 16.0.2, 15.0.9 and 14.0.13 changelogs on our website.

Version number 14.0.13 / 15.0.9 / 16.0.2
Release status Final
Operating systems Linux
Website Nextcloud
License type GPL