Please contribute on https://www.gitlab.com/nfsprodriver/im now with our new ci!
Loqui Instant Messenger unifies all your chat accounts in just one Firefox OS app https://loqui.im
We are also working hard in getting this working for Ubuntu Touch due to Firefox OS is discontinued.
Telegram Group: https://telegram.me/joinchat/BlpqfQk1L0l0PJTnM02yxQ
At the moment it supports accounts from:
- Any XMPP/Jabber provider in the world
See the How To Build page on the wiki.
See the Contribute page on the wiki.
See the FAQ page on the wiki.
See the Roadmap page on the wiki.
We would like to thank:
- Jack Moffitt and everyone who contributed to create Strophe.js and its plugins.
- Javi Jimenez and Ignacio Olalde from Tapquo for creating Lungo, the framework supporting the UI.
- Alastair Cameron (CameronMusic) for composing the notification sounds.
- Fabien Cazenave for creating l10n.js, the library that helps to have Loqui in different languages.
- Telefónica I+D for their promotion and support
- Geeksphone for the awesome Firefox OS Developer Preview devices.
- Everyone who has kindly reported issues or made pull requests.
- You for being about to stargaze or fork this project on GitHub ;)
- LoquiIM → AGPLv3
- CoSeMe → Apache License v2.0
- Strophe.js → MIT
- SHA1.js → BSD
- QuoJS → MIT
- Chungo.js → AGPLv3
- OTR.js → MPLv2.0
- libphonenumber → Apache License v2.0
- L10n.js → BSD/MIT/WTFPL
- traceur-runtime → Apache License v2.0
- protobuf.js → Apache License v2.0
- bytebuffer.js → Apache License v2.0
- asmcrypto.js → MIT
- curve25519.js → MIT
This software is not supported or endorsed in any way by the service providers it interoperates with. It neither tries to mimic or replace any software originally conceived by those services' owners.
In the same manner, any third party's trademark or intellectual property that may appear in this software must be understood as a strictly illustrative reference to the service provider it represents, and will never be used in any way that may lead to confusion, so no abuse is intended.
- WhatsApp and the WhatsApp logo are registered trademarks of WhatsApp Inc.
- Hangouts, Gmail, Android, Google and the Google logo are registered trademarks of Google Inc., used with permission.
- Nimbuzz is a registered trademark of Nimbuzz BV.
- Microsoft Lync are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
- Nokia Ovi is a trademark or registered trademark of Nokia Corporation.
- JABBER is a registered trademark licensed through the XMPP Standards Foundation.
- Firefox OS, Firefox and Mozilla are registered trademarks of the Mozilla Foundation.
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