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Discord is a proprietary all-in-one voice and text chat application, cross-platform chat application, especially tailored for Gamers, however many open source communities have [https://discordapp.com/open-source official servers through Discord] as well. Discord can be used through the browser, however there is also a desktop application as well. The desktop application uses [https://github.com/electron/electron Electron].
Discord is a proprietary all-in-one voice and text chat application, cross-platform chat application, especially tailored for gamers. Based on the [https://electronjs.org/ Electron] platform.
 
 
 
Before installing, one should be aware of the [https://spyware.neocities.org/articles/discord.html privacy implications].
 
  
 
== Installation ==
 
== Installation ==
  
You can use one of following methods in order to use Discord in Arch:
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You can use one of following packages in order to install the desktop application for Discord:
  
 
=== Graphical clients ===
 
=== Graphical clients ===
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The [https://discordapp.com/ official app]:
 
The [https://discordapp.com/ official app]:
  
* {{AUR|discord}}
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* Stable: {{AUR|discord}}
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* Testing: {{AUR|discord-ptb}}
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* Nightly: {{AUR|discord-canary}}
  
 
Third-party clients:
 
Third-party clients:

Revision as of 23:26, 5 July 2019

Discord is a proprietary all-in-one voice and text chat application, cross-platform chat application, especially tailored for Gamers, however many open source communities have official servers through Discord as well. Discord can be used through the browser, however there is also a desktop application as well. The desktop application uses Electron.

Installation

You can use one of following packages in order to install the desktop application for Discord:

Graphical clients

The official app:

Third-party clients:

Command-line clients

There are more CLI-based third-party clients out there hosted on places like GitHub (such as Discline or terminal-discord), although only Cordless is currently packaged on the AUR.

Chat client plugins