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clients [2015/09/08 04:21]
cmotc We don't need 2 pages for the clients.
clients [2018/01/16 02:43] (current)
almindor
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 A **client** is a standalone project that implements a frontend (graphical or otherwise) to the p2p, encryption, and data sending facilities of the Tox core libraries. A **client** is a standalone project that implements a frontend (graphical or otherwise) to the p2p, encryption, and data sending facilities of the Tox core libraries.
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 ===== List of all clients ===== ===== List of all clients =====
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-^ Name                  ^ Description ​                                                        ​^ Screenshot ​                              ​^ Operating System Support ​         +^ Name                  ^ Description ​                                                ​^ Screenshot ​                                  ​^ Operating System Support ​                   
-|  [[clients:​qTox]] ​    ​| ​ A Qt graphical user interface for Tox, written by tux3           |  {{ users:​qtox.png?​400| qTox }}          |  Windows / OS X / GNU/Linux / BSD | +|  [[clients:​qTox]] ​    ​| ​ A Qt graphical user interface for Tox.                     ​|  {{ users:​qtox.png?​400| qTox }}              |  Windows / OS X / GNU/Linux / BSD           ​
-|  [[clients:Antidote]] |  ​client for iOS                                                 |  {{ users:antidote.png?400 | Antidote ​}} |  ​iOS (7.0+) ​                      +|  [[clients:µTox]]     ​|  ​Lightweight Tox client for the desktop                   |  {{ users:utox.png?​400| ​µTox }}              |  ​Windows / OS X / GNU/Linux / BSD / Android ​
-|  [[clients:Antox]]    |  A client ​for Android                                             |  {{ users:Antox1.jpg?300 Antox }}      |  ​Android (2.3+) ​                  +|  [[clients:Ricin]]    |  A Tox client ​that focus on user experience               |  {{ users:ricin.png?400Ricin }}            |  ​GNU/Linux / BSD                            ​
-|  [[clients:Blight]]   ​|  ​Cross-platform graphical user interface ​for Tox written in Racket. |  {{ users:blight.png?400Blight ​}}      |  ​Windows / OS X / GNU/​Linux ​      +|  [[clients:Antox]]    |  ​A client ​for Android                                     |  {{ users:Antox1.jpg?300 Antox }}          |  ​Android (2.3+) ​                            
-|  [[clients:cyanide]]  |  ​Tox client for SailfishOS ​                                         ​| ​ {{ users:cyanide.png?300Cyanide ​}}    |  ​SailfishOS ​                      +|  [[clients:Antidote]] |  ​client for iOS.                                          ​| ​     {{ users:antidote.png?400 Antidote ​}} |  ​iOS (7.0+) ​                                
-|  [[clients:​gTox]] ​    ​| ​ GTK3-style Tox client written by KoKuToru. ​                        ​|  {{ users:​gtox.png?​400| gTox }}          |  GNU/​Linux ​                       +|  [[clients:​gTox]] ​    ​| ​ GTK3-style Tox client written by KoKuToru. ​                ​|  {{ users:​gtox.png?​400| gTox }}              |  GNU/​Linux ​                                 
-|  [[clients:​Isotoxin]] |  Multiprotocol client for Windows. ​                                 |  {{ users:​isotoxin.png?​400| Isotoxin }}  |  Windows ​                         +|  [[clients:​Isotoxin]] |  Multiprotocol client for Windows. ​                         |  {{ users:​isotoxin.png?​400| Isotoxin }}      |  Windows ​                                   
-|  [[clients:​Toxic]] ​   |  Ncurses-based CLI. Maintained by [[wiki:​user:​Jfreegman]]. ​         |  {{ users:​toxic.png?​400| Toxic }}        |  GNU/Linux / BSD / OS X           ​+|  [[clients:​Toxic]] ​   |  Ncurses-based CLI. Maintained by [[wiki:​user:​Jfreegman]]. ​ |  {{ users:​toxic.png?​400| Toxic }}            |  GNU/Linux / BSD / OS X                     ​
-|  [[clients:​Toxy]] ​    ​| ​ Metro-style Tox client for Windows, maintained by Impyy. ​          ​|  {{ users:​toxy-wpf.png?​400| Toxy }}      |  Windows ​                         +|  [[clients:​Toxy]] ​    ​| ​ Metro-style Tox client for Windows, maintained by Impyy. ​  ​|  {{ users:​toxy-wpf.png?​400| Toxy }}          |  Windows ​                                   
-|  [[clients:µTox]]     ​|  ​Lightweight ​Tox client ​for the desktop                           |  {{ users:utox.png?​400| ​µTox }}          |  ​Windows ​OS X / GNU/​Linux ​/ BSD +|  [[clients:XwinTox]]  |  ​Radically modular and portable ​Tox client. ​                ​|  {{ users:xwintox.png?​400| ​XwinTox ​}}        |  ​Solaris ​BSD / GNU/​Linux ​                 
- [[clients:XwinTox]]  |  ​Radically modular and portable ​Tox client.                          {{ users:xwintox.png?​400| ​XwinTox ​}}    |  ​Solaris / BSD / GNU/​Linux ​       |+| [[clients:Toxygen]]   ​|  ​Toxygen is cross-platform ​Tox client ​written in Python3 ​   ​| {{ users:toxygen_ubuntu.png?​400| ​Toxygen ​}}  |  ​Windows ​/ GNU/​Linux ​                       | 
 +|  [[clients:​jTox]] ​    ​| ​ A client for Jolla/​SailfishOS. ​                            ​| ​ {{ users:​jtox.jpg?​250 | jTox }}             ​| ​ SailfishOS ​                                |
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 {{page>​include:​clients_features#​features}} {{page>​include:​clients_features#​features}}
  
-For description of each feature, look [[include:​clients_features#​description-of-features| ​here]].+===== See also ===== 
 +  * [[include:​clients_features#​description-of-features| ​Client features]] 
 +  * [[clients:​inactive|Unmaintained clients]]
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