jTox

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jTox is a native Jolla/Sailfish OS instant messaging client implementing the Tox protocol.

JTox is decentralized and encrypted and does not require central servers.

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Application versions: 
AttachmentSizeDate
harbour-jtox-1.0.0-1.armv7hl.rpm372.31 KB23/02/2017 - 09:25
harbour-jtox-1.0.1-1.armv7hl.rpm373.59 KB24/02/2017 - 23:28
harbour-jtox-1.1.0-1.armv7hl.rpm389.05 KB01/05/2017 - 04:27
harbour-jtox-1.1.1-1.armv7hl.rpm387.23 KB04/05/2017 - 19:28
Changelog: 

* 1.1.1 fix crashes, pending messages and multiline send bar

* 1.1.0 offline sending support

* 1.0.1 fixed unencrypted profile imports + various UI fixes

* 1.0.0 initial release

Comments

tvicol's picture

Thank yuu for this update ! Looking forward to see file transfer and video/audio calls implemented.

I have also a name sugesstion, "Pufferfish" the most toxic fish on the planet, far more toxic than cyanide. ;)

Almindor's picture

I believe that's openBSD's maskot :)

I'll probably stick with jTox, it's short, memorable and contains "tox" so people find it easy.

paolomi's picture

Thanks for this update! I have a feature request: multiline! i.e. when you are writing a message longer than one line, the message must continue on the next line, but now it is on the same line... and it is more difficult to read in full.

Almindor's picture

Good point. If you think of anything else please make an issue on github. Helps me not forget and organize things.

Almindor's picture

I tested imports with qTox's profiles. It's possible Cyanide and uTox don't encrypt their profiles with password so they won't work with currenct jTox. I'll look into it and allow plain imports too in 1.0.1

tvicol's picture

Thanks ! This solved the import issue.

bhyoram's picture

Same here, can't import, even if movinf file to the needed directory, the format seems to be incompatible.

tvicol's picture

It's good to see another client. However, I would also suggest to merge with cyanide.

So far I can not import tox account from utox or cyanide.

bhyoram's picture

perhaps it will make sence to merge with cyanide, another native tox client, with some aleready implemented features