4 out of 5 with 5 ratings

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The best-known graphical alternative client for both Discord & Slack so far.

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Just what I need. Light on resources and fast, usually logging in within 5 seconds.
At this point it is still only Alpha, but it has been very stable and is not missing many features.
For admin of discord channels this is a very useful and time-saving tool.
For people on a restricted data plan the option to minimise data use is essential.
I look forward to the Beta version, maybe it will earn the full 5 stars.

[Edited by DocFlay, January 14]

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This is what a chat program is supposed to look like in terms of responsiveness and memory footprint. A few features are still missing, but I still vastly prefer this over any of the bloated web app clients it replaces.

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A prime example that not everything needs to be web-based or electron-based to be good.

A blazing fast and minimal resource app.

I'd like to see improvements too, like a better UI scaling, option to create your own themes, and to show appropiately the sections where you don't have permissions to send messages.

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It does exactly what Discord doesn't. It's blazing fast!

This program is perfect for my medium-performance Windows tablet, which struggles to run Discord smoothly. And it even has all the features you'd expect, including server management and voice calls. I'm really excited about this.

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