Logo inno.Navi
Tool for creating diagrams using reverse engineering technology

For Software Developers working on large repositories

create your software architecture documentation according to the C4 model in just a few minutes

Zero data is transferred. The inno.navi runs 100% offline & without installation.

“Simply drag and drop any code base into inno.navi and the software architecture diagram is generated automatically.”

Download portable inno.navi app:

🔄 inno.navi run under all Windows Versions & require the package “Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable 2022“.

Most PCs have this already installed, but if you get an error like “MSVCP140.dll” missing, then you need to install it.
📌 Use the “all other Linux” for Mint, Debian & Ubuntu v20

📌 Use the “Ubuntu22” for all newer Versions, like Ubuntu v22, v23, v24, etc.

🔄 We provide inno.navi for Linux as Appimage. No changes will be made to your OS. Use follow commands for first open AppImage:

sudo apt install libfuse2

chmod a+x inno-navi-v150-Ubuntu22.AppImage
chmod a+x inno-navi-v150-Linux.AppImage

🚀  Download for Mac OS coming soon

License & Pricing:

inno.navi is – free for use – for all viewer users.

For Editor License you get a 10 day free trial version. To become an unlimited Editor, request product key(s) with this form.

30.00 € / per Editor / month

New in inno.navi v1.5:

You find our known issues on: sharing.clickup

Send us feedback, bug or feature requests here: Feedback Site

Module view:

Open Directory, or Drag & Drop from Windows Explorer, to open: Layer 1 – Module View

green = source code files
blue = configuration files
red = script files
grey = not relevant files


You can create the software documentation direct in the inno.navi, as shown on below screenshot.

Drag lines from “A” to “B”, and write info on it. Or create embedded notes on modules.

Unlimit deep Structures:

No limit to the number of levels and submodules. The complete architecture structure can be represented.

File Structure:

The file structure of the repository / file structure is mapped on Layer 2

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