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A client is what one uses to make use of the Tox core.
Here is a list of clients available for testing and developing. Click an image to zoom in:
|Name||Description||Screenshot||Operating System Support|
|Toxic||The second ncurses-based CLI (was in the core repository, is now in its own). Initially made by plutooo. Supersedes nTox.||Windows, Linux, OS X|
|Venom||A Vala/Gtk+ graphical user interface for Tox, written by naxuroqa.||Windows, Linux, OS X, OpenIndiana, FreeBSD (ports)|
|Qt GUI||The first GUI written in Qt. Initially written by nurupo.||Windows, Linux, OS X|
|Poison||The second GUI, written for OSX. Initially written by stal.||OS X|
|Bane||The third GUI, written for OSX. Very unstable, written by dparnell.||OS X|
|Toxicity||The fourth GUI, written for iOS. In alpha development, written by JmanGuy.||iOS|
|Antox||A client written for Android by Astonex. Limited in features and very alpha.||Android (2.2+)|
|ToxQML||Written in Qt/QML, this GUI for Tox is by Alek900.|| OS X, ??
|nTox||A deprecated ncurses-based CLI, bundled with the core. First client, initially made by astonex. It has recently been removed from the core, and it probably won't work.||Windows, Linux, OS X|