Colloquy App Reviews

By Colloquy Project

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Colloquy app review

Colloquy App Info

  • 691 Ratings
  • Price: $1.99
  • Category: Social Networking
  • Updated: Dec 29 2018
  • Version: 1.9.2
  • Size: 9.56 MB
  • Seller: Colloquy Project
  • © Colloquy Project

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Customer Reviews of the Colloquy App

iPhone X

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matthew41's Review of Colloquy

Reviewed on 6/1/18 2:13 AM

I am using an iPhone X running iOS 11.4 and the conversation scrolling cuts the last line of everything off at the bottom.

Doesn’t work on iPhone X

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Möbius loop's Review of Colloquy

Reviewed on 4/4/18 1:14 PM

I don’t know if it’s an iOS 11 issue or an iPhone X issue, but this app hangs as soon as I start it. Unable to adjust any settings or click on any button. Have to kill the app to exit. Used the apps for years with znc and it worked great. Not sure why it is so bad now.

Used to be the best. Now...

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Skatter's Review of Colloquy

Reviewed on 12/5/18 12:45 PM

Get Palaver instead. I've had Collloquy for a few years now, and it has sadly gone downhill. At the moment, it thinks random people who have signed off are still in the channel list, has duplicates when they sign off and come back, can't tell if someone is online or offline in a /Whois and even refuses to send /msg or /query messages to people who are clearly online and messaging YOU. Just avoid it now, folks. Get anything else. I went with Palaver, but something else might work for you. At least Palaver seems to be semi-regularly updated and it WORKS fairly consistently.

New version issues

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Linskypens's Review of Colloquy

Reviewed on 12/5/18 12:45 PM

Are you kidding me? What did you fix? Now every time someone replies to a Pvt message, it opens a new window, so instead of a conversation, you have multiple windows open for every reply. People still appear offline when they are online. And it crashes without warning very often still. Every time you " fix " something you break something else. App is a joke

Great irc app

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Hyperchicken's Review of Colloquy

Reviewed on 12/5/18 12:45 PM

Developer has been good at addressing bugs. Everything seems to be working quite well now. Great app for irc

SASL message

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dlgang's Review of Colloquy

Reviewed on 12/5/18 12:45 PM

Currently I can not get to freenode because I have to identify via SASL. Until this gets fixed it is a waste of money. If it gets fixed then I will edit this.

Can't connect 80% of the time and then another half the time can't pm

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maisiewillyums's Review of Colloquy

Reviewed on 12/5/18 12:45 PM

Coyote has it right!!! It's not fair that we pay for this and then your updates make it UNUSABLE! Fix it get off your butt and fix it!

Colloquy + ZNC (for push) is GREAT!

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taroliw's Review of Colloquy

Reviewed on 12/5/18 12:45 PM

I'm a longtime Colloquy user on Mac, but only recently have tried it on iOS. The thing that TRULY makes this usable though is ZNC integration, which enables me to stay online in my channels and get push notifications. I'm quite pleased with the combination, though for some this might prove a little challenging to set up on their own. One thing I'm noticing, with some regularity, now that I have more networks and channels set up in ZNC, is that this client easily crashes if there are several buffers to scroll back. It seems to occur more frequently when additional chats open in the process -- such as when ZNC has reconnected and bots reply during login. If crashing wasn't such a problem I could easily go five stars on the rating. And now I've learned of some competition. Palaver. It's missing some of Colloquy's bells and whistles. But it has two things that caused me to switch for now: (1) it doesn't crash. (2) it's developers are proactive and responsive with new builds.

'minor' issues

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D4now's Review of Colloquy

Reviewed on 12/5/18 12:45 PM

In general, I love this app. It's working fine on my iPhone, but on my iPad I can't see what I've written and sent. I can see everyone else, but not my own commentary.

Sadly the best IRC Client for IOS

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Apple-Mark's Review of Colloquy

Reviewed on 12/5/18 12:45 PM

All the rest are all too ugly for me to stomach. Yes this app has a few bugs like the typeface slightly overlaps the input box with the bigger font enabled, and why cant the client stay awake while opened? I understand apple's security don't let apps run longer than 2 minutes when opened in the background for good reason, but there is no setting to keep the client to stay awake! This would be nice for getting food and coffee etc. Too bad the dev seemed to stop development on this app since the beginning of 2016. Nevertheless I am glad it still works on my iPhone 7.