AndroIRC

AndroIRC


AndroIRC is your new IRC client!

Features:
• mIRC colors
• auto join channels on startup
• nickserv auth
• Android notifications
• copy & paste
• logging
• sasl auth (plain and blowfish)
• Multiple servers connections (SSL support)
• Easy access menu to kick, ban, change privileges...
• FiSH support (needs Android 2.3 or above)
• Tablet support
• SSL certificate support
• /Ignore support
• Nick and channels completion
• Proxy support
• Shortcuts
• Handle irc:// links
• And much more!

If you want to report some issues or bugs, please use our support page: http://www.androirc.com/support. You can also find all latest news on our website, http://www.androirc.com

Note: Starting with AndroIRC 3.2, a new permission is required to get access to your location. This is *only* for the new action "Share my location" and nothing else! Moreover, AndroIRC *does not* have access to a precise position (given by GPS), but only to an approximate one (given by the network).

Recent changes:
Fixes:
- UserList was not always working
- Kick / ban was not working

And still:
- Themes support. See this wiki page for more details.
- New UserList. Performances when the channel has a large number of users should be improved
- Action Bar support for device prior to Honeycomb
- Rewritten networking support: users should experience better network stability
- Support for Blowfish CBC encryption algorithm

Full change-log is available here: http://www.androirc.com/changelog/4.0.3
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4.0
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About AndroIRC
AndroIRC is your new IRC client!

Features:
• mIRC colors
• auto join channels on startup
• nickserv auth
• Android notifications
• copy & paste
• logging
• sasl auth (plain and blowfish)
• Multiple servers connections (SSL support)
• Easy access menu to kick, ban, change privileges...
• FiSH support (needs Android 2.3 or above)
• Tablet support
• SSL certificate support
• /Ignore support
• Nick and channels completion
• Proxy support
• Shortcuts
• Handle irc:// links
• And much more!

If you want to report some issues or bugs, please use our support page: http://www.androirc.com/support. You can also find all latest news on our website, http://www.androirc.com

Note: Starting with AndroIRC 3.2, a new permission is required to get access to your location. This is *only* for the new action "Share my location" and nothing else! Moreover, AndroIRC *does not* have access to a precise position (given by GPS), but only to an approximate one (given by the network).

Recent changes:
Fixes:
- UserList was not always working
- Kick / ban was not working

And still:
- Themes support. See this wiki page for more details.
- New UserList. Performances when the channel has a large number of users should be improved
- Action Bar support for device prior to Honeycomb
- Rewritten networking support: users should experience better network stability
- Support for Blowfish CBC encryption algorithm

Full change-log is available here: http://www.androirc.com/changelog/4.0.3

User reviews of AndroIRC
This has become my favorite choice of IRC client that got SSL support so i can use it with my bouncer!
Oct 1, 2011
Everything is good except the irc connection drops if something else uses the data connection. Sanyo ZIO
Oct 13, 2010
Android Market Comments
A Google User
4 days ago
Awosome Awesome Application.
A Google User
Dec 3, 2014
1 star to DCC suport
A Google User
Nov 30, 2014
Doesn't play well with ZNC Playing back multiple channels seems to lock up, and even crash the client. I like the design though.
A Google User
Nov 30, 2014
Not bad, but could be better Really don't like the fact I cant easily setup my login. Also don't like it that they require access to my photos and such, I mean really and irc chat needs access to my pictures...
A Google User
Nov 28, 2014
Not the most user friendly This client is fairly easy to navigate, read, and join channels. How ever, it disconnects frequently (every three minutes or so?) and when this happens the chat nickname reverts to the default "AndroUser2" which is incredibly annoying. Finally, the AndroIRC notification icon will not go away from my notifications bar, even when I am not on a server. In summary, this is a good app overall with some minor issues. As someone who is not very familiar with IRC it would be nice if it were more user friendly.