Betaflight Configurator is a crossplatform configuration tool for the Betaflight flight control system.
It runs as an app within Google Chrome and allows you to configure the Betaflight software running on any supported Betaflight target.
There is also now a standalone version available, since Google Chrome Apps are getting deprecated on platforms that aren’t Chrome OS. Downloads are available in Releases.
Various types of aircraft are supported by the tool and by Betaflight, e.g. quadcopters, hexacopters, octocopters and fixed-wing aircraft.
Betaflight Configurator is a fork of the Cleanflight Configurator with support for Betaflight instead of Cleanflight.
This configurator is the only configurator with support for Betaflight specific features. It will likely require that you run the latest firmware on the flight controller. If you are experiencing any problems please make sure you are running the latest firmware version.
Download the installer from Releases.
Via Chrome Web Store
- Visit the Betaflight Configurator product page in the Chrome web store
- Click + Add to Chrome
Please note - the application will automatically update itself when new versions are released. Please ensure you maintain configuration backups as described in the Betaflight documentation.
Alternative way, Chrome app:
- Clone the repo to any local directory or download it as zip.
- Extract to a folder and not the folder.
- Start Google Chrome.
- Click the 3-dots on the far right of the URL bar.
- Select “More Tools”
- Select “Extensions”
- Check the Developer Mode checkbox.
- Click on load unpacked extension.
- Point it to the folder you extracted the zip to.
How to use
You can find the Betaflight Configurator icon in your application tab “Apps”
Native app build via NW.js
Linux build is disabled currently because of unmet dependecies with some distros, it can be enabled in the
- Install node.js
- Change to project folder and run
App build and release
The tasks are defined in
gulpfile.js and can be run either via
gulp <task-name> (if the command is in PATH or via
- Optional, install gulp
npm install --global gulp-cli.
gulp <taskname> [[platform] [platform] ...].
List of possible values of
* dist copies all the JS and CSS files in the
* apps builds the apps in the
./apps folder .
* debug builds debug version of the apps in the
./debug folder .
* release zips up the apps into individual archives in the
./release folder .
 Running this task on macOS or Linux requires Wine, since it’s needed to set the icon for the Windows app (build for specific platform to avoid errors).
Build or release app for one specific platform
To build or release only for one specific platform you can append the plaform after the
If no platform is provided, all the platforms will be done in sequence.
- MacOS use
gulp <task-name> --osx64
- Linux use
gulp <task-name> --linux64
- Windows use
gulp <task-name> --win32
You can also use multiple platforms e.g.
gulp <taskname> --osx64 --linux64.
Betaflight Configurator has been translated into several languages. The application will try to detect and use your system language if a translation into this language is available. You can help translating the application into your language.
If you prefer to have the application in English or any other language, you can select your desired language in the options menu of the application.
Make sure Settings -> System -> “User hardware acceleration when available” is checked to achieve the best performance
Dont forget to add your user into dialout group “sudo usermod -aG dialout YOUR_USERNAME” for serial access
Linux / MacOSX users
If you have 3D model animation problems, enable “Override software rendering list” in Chrome flags chrome://flags/#ignore-gpu-blacklist
For Betaflight configurator issues raise them here
For Betaflight firmware issues raise them here
The configurator is based on chrome.serial API running on Google Chrome/Chromium core.
We accept clean and reasonable patches, submit them!
ctn - primary author and maintainer of Baseflight Configurator from which Cleanflight Configurator project was forked.
Hydra - author and maintainer of Cleanflight Configurator from which this project was forked.