Version: 2.4 || Release Date: 2012-03-27 || License: Freeware App Owner: rob

Traditionally, chat clients on the Mac have been anything but glamorous. Colloquy is an advanced IRC & SILC client which aims to fill this void. By adhering to Mac OS X interface conventions, Colloquy has the look and feel of a quality Mac application.

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18 Opinions

IRC + Mac-style.
this is simply the best IRC app for Mac ever!

Where do I store my nick prefs?'s mildly annoying having to re-enter this info for each would be better to have this in the 'Preferences' section.

Apart from this, a good app that at least allows painless file transfers via the "allow passive" checkbox :D

It's new unifed UI that matches 10.4 isn't as good as the old one. Putting the users in disclosure list under each channel is a poor idea, since you can't see any of your channels below it if the channel open has any significant number of users. A nice thought, but your tabs were awesome before and the drawer had better usability (though I dislike drawes in general).

THE irc client for OS X. Although like other members have said, the beta builds are where its at. Most bugs have been worked out, and the betas seem to be comming out monthly.

The latest beta builds are worth trying. A little buggy (as you'd expect) but loads of significant UI improvements.

I actually kind of dislike Colloquy... but it's so much better than any other IRC client for OS X, so I use it.

Colloquy kills the idea that IRC should be something 1337-isch with bulky interface, light text on dark background and AWFUL away-scripts. It has got a very sleek and stripped interface, which makes it a pleasure to use.

Love this application. I come from mIRC on windows and X-Chat Aqua here on my mac, and though I hate the fact that colloquy doesn't really have a xdcc chat option (hopefully it will be implemented) i love the design of it. Kudos to the developers.

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