Konversation is an user-friendly Internet Relay Chat (IRC) client. Its defaults are such that it needs no configuration other than telling it the name of your distribution channel, to get started.
Support for various platforms
Konversation supports popular platforms like Linux, Windows and FreeBSD. It is the default IRC client in many prominent Linux distributions, such as openSUSE, the KDE spin of Fedora, and Kubuntu.
Send and receive files by DCC support
IRC users can share files with other online users. Direct Client-to-Client (DCC) is a type of peer-to-peer filesharing using an IRC server for handshaking in order to exchange files or perform non-relayed chats. A typical DCC session runs independently from the IRC server once established.
Easy to use graphical interface
Konversation has one of the best user interfaces among all other IRC clients. The UI is very user friendly and easy for a beginner to use.
Sending colorful messages
Konversation allows users to send colorful messages to any channel.
Powerful when needed
Konversation is highly configurable. Create command aliases, change the default, choose the default tabs position, and a lot more are available in the options.
- Embedded Terminal
- Automatic UTF-8 detection
- Per channel encoding support
- OnScreen Display for notifications
- Theme support for nick icons
- Multiple identities for different servers