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Using this with ZNC and it is just about perfect.
cubefoil on Apr 6, 2010 for Colloquy
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Mostly good
I like the client. Sure beats a terminal client on the iPhone but I can get push to work with znc.
z3niMAGiNE on Apr 3, 2010 for Colloquy
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Beware: doesn't work for some IRC servers.
I use the desktop version of Colloquy to access a corporate IRC server. But this iPhone application can't connect to that server at all. What's worse is that this application has terrible error reporting. When it can't log in to a server, it simply says "Login failed". That's it. No reason why. Was it unable to resolve the domain name? Was the TCP connection refused by the server? Did the TCP connection time out? Was the username or password rejected? You'll never know. The app simplay declares failure, and that's it. So here you have an app that might work, or might fail. If it works, great. If it fails, too bad. You won't know why.
jeff.stearns on Feb 14, 2010 for Colloquy
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Great mobile irc
I use this app a lot. I really appreciate the bouncer support as I leave my mac mini running all the time connected to irc on colloquy. I get notifications anytime someone types my nick in the channel
Gregd34 on Feb 3, 2010 for Colloquy
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Dumb
It's should have a ignore -.-
Logz777 on Jan 19, 2010 for Colloquy
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Better than free apps but not the best
I have both this app and Bjorn Teichmann's Rooms installed. Both have bugs and are works in progress, but so far I haven't encountered a bug in Rooms that crashes it, much less allows anyone who is feeling malivious to crash it. Rooms is easier to configure and has a much nicer interface to work with, especially if you want to easily switch between many channels on many networks. Despite a handful of flaws, I would recommend Rooms over Colloquy. And I would recommend either over the free apps.
Quintopia on Jan 12, 2010 for Colloquy
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