Babylon has released an updated version compatible with 32 bit and 64 bit OS.

This update is free for users who have a valid license for Babylon for Mac version 3 or above.
If you have a license for an older version than V3, a new purchase is required.

To update your Babylon for Mac to the latest version, please follow these steps:

1. Uninstall Babylon from your Mac PC.


2. Download & Install Babylon 

  • Click here to download and run Babylon installation.
  • If you get a message that the setup file can't be opened - follow the instruction here to open it.
  • Follow the instruction on the screen till the installation is finished (insert your Mac credentials when requested to confirm installation).
  • Babylon will open automatically when the installation is completed.


3. Enter your license Code (for Babylon):

If the license window pops-up after installation is complete – please enter your license details.


It is best to copy and paste the license code in order to avoid mistakes (use CMD+C to copy and CMD+V to paste).





Please Continue activation process as described below.



4. Remove 'Babylon Activation' and 'Babylon' from Accessibility window

  • Click on the apple icon on the Menu bar (on the left corner of the window).

  • Choose 'System Preferences'.

  • Follow the path by clicking on: 'Security and Privacy' >> 'Privacy' >> 'Accessibility'.
    'Security & Privacy' window will be shown:

    (Apps on the list on the right might differ from one computer to another)




  • Click on the Lock sign at the bottom of the window and type your Mac credentials.

    - The lock will open

  • Highlight 'Babylon Activation' 
  • Click on the "-" (minus sign) that appear under the list ('Babylon Activation' will disappear).
  • If you have 'Babylon' on your list - please remove it as well, the same way as described. 

5. Add 'Babylon' app to Accessibility Window

  • Open Accessibility window (as described in section 4):
  • Click on the + sign that appear under the list 
  • Choose 'Applications' on the list on the left side bar under Favorites.
  • Select 'Babylon' from the list of applications and click on Open.


6. Add 'Babylon activation' to Accessibility window

  • Click again on the + sign that appear under the list in 'Accessibility' window.
  • Locate 'Babylon Activation' on your computer:
    • Look for your hard disk icon on the left bar of the window, under 'Devices' section
      (Named HD or Macintosh HD or so).

    • Follow the path by clicking on:
      'HD' >> 'Library' >> 'Application Support' >> 'Babylon' >> 'Babylon Activation' and then click on 'Open'.
    • 'Babylon Activation' will be added to the list of the activated programs in Accessibility window.

  • Once done, make sure that 'Babylon Activation' and 'Babylon' are in the Accessibility list with a checked box – as shown below:


  • Click on the Lock sign to lock Accessibility.
    (Babylon icon will appear in your Dock.)


** In case that your HD isn't displayed under 'Devices' section in the list while trying to locate 'Babylon activation', follow the steps below before locating the module.


- Open Finder

- Click on 'Preferences'

- Go to 'Sidebar' tab and mark 'Hard Disks'.




- Then go back to step 6 - Locating 'Babylon Activation' on your computer.




7. Restart your Mac

At the end of the installation process, make sure to restart your Mac, so Babylon will function properly.