µIRC Client for WM
XDA member Wr4i7h along with a friend are in the process (and have been for a while) of developing an open source IRC client for WM. The project, according to the dev, is still in early stages but functional enough to do basic functions such as chatting. So, if you like being on IRC and like XDA’s IRC channel, give this app a go and make sure to leave some feedback for the developer as well.
Hello. I am announcing this project here in hope of gathering feedback from the XDA-dev community. A friend of mine and me have been developing this app for a while now, and we think it has reached a point where it is quite usable and presentable. It’s still a bit rough around the edges and lacking in advanced features, but we’re working to improve it.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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