The Version integration can display the current Home Assistant Core versions.


Adding Version to your Home Assistant instance can be done via the user interface, by using this My button:

Version sources

With this integration you can select various sources to get a version from.

Local installation

This will get the version you are currently running.

Home Assistant Versions

This will use the same source that are used by the Supervisor to check for updates based on the channel and image you choose.

Home Assistant Website

This will check the website you are reading this on to find the latest version.

Docker Hub

This will check the latest tag published to Docker Hub based on the channel and image you choose.

Python Package Index (PyPI)

This will check PyPI for the latest published package.


The entities created by this integration depends on which source you set it up with (you can also set up the integration multiple times to use more sources).


For all sources the integration will create a sensor entity that displays the newest version published to that source.

Binary Sensor

For all sources (except for the “Local installation” source) the integration will create a binary_sensor entity that show if there is a newer version than the one you are currently running published to that source.