Minecraft Bedrock is the mobile version of the popular sandbox game Minecraft Java developed by Mojang.
Minecraft Bedrock and Minecraft Java look similar but they are not compatible. Minecraft Bedrock requires a separate server which is different from the server Minecraft Java uses. Under normal circumstances, Minecraft Java clients and servers can not connect to Minecraft Bedrock clients and servers and vice-versa.
Minecraft Bedrock servers are used for hosting Minecraft Bedrock clients connecting from mobile devices.
We follow a stable rolling-release model for Minecraft Bedrock. If you are looking to host a snapshot version or any other developmental version, consider creating a Blank Instance instead.
The version of a server can be freely selected in a Minecraft Java client. In Minecraft Bedrock, versions must be the same as their connecting mobile devices. This means that the latest version of Minecraft Bedrock usually must be used once mobile clients have upgraded to the newer version in order to support those devices. Upgrading an old server to the latest stable version is easy and can be done through our control panel.
Minecraft Bedrock currently only supports add-ons which are different from mods and plugins found in Minecraft Java.
Minecraft Bedrock world data is different from Minecraft Java. Under normal circumstances, they can not be used interchangeably. Backing up the world data of Minecraft Bedrock so it can be restored later from our control panel is easy.