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Works wonderfully
This app works great on both my iMac and iPod touch. I have my iMac connected to an IRC network all the time, and the ability to use the bouncer feature on my iPod from anywhere I can get on the net is great. It lets me get around the iPod's inability to keep the program open while on Safari, by using my iMac's transcript to fill me in on what I've missed, and saves me from having to maintain two independent connections to any given channel. The only beef I have is with the lack of an iPad-native version, since the iPhone's keyboard is a bit chunky at 1024x768. With any luck, we'll see an iPad version here soon!
Karelia on Apr 20, 2010 for Colloquy
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It's easier to SSH into a Linux machine running irssi then it is to tolerate bugs plaguing this.
Zack F. on Apr 12, 2010 for Colloquy
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Doesn't work with OS 4
Crashes on start since the update to OS 4 beta 1. Rock solid on OS 3. Works great with push notifications and ZNC!
corndogcomputers on Apr 10, 2010 for Colloquy
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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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